Hey guys! I recently spoke with Phoenix-based multi-housing rehab studio Nuviro for their Interior Designer Chats series—check out the interview here! Learn about my favorite things, get some home advice, and find out which huge design mistake I see most often.
Back in November, the Mackenzie Collier Interiors team linked up with the Managing Editor of PHOENIX magazine to give her a tour of one of our favorite commercial interior design projects: DeSoto Central Market.
Today, this 17,000 sq. ft. downtown Phoenix community hub houses a collection of diverse, independently owned restaurants—but from 1928 to 1955, the building housed the C.P. Stephens DeSoto Six Motorcars dealership, and its purpose remained related to auto sales and service until 1970.
Drawing inspiration from the building's history, our interior designers meditated on the idea of Art Deco design crumbling at the onset of the Great Depression, as well as the streamlined modern automotive designs that dominated in later years. Our team paid close attention to these specific elements, incorporating conceptual details into the decor, finishes, and furniture.
Check out the article in the January 2016 issue of PHOENIX Magazine to learn more!