MG2 designs Tommy Bahama retail concept for Disney Springs

The 4,100-square-foot store has architectural and interior design elements rooted in central Florida’s history.

Architectural firm MG2 partnered with Tommy Bahama to open a new retail design concept, Iconic Resort, in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort. Iconic Resort is the first of three new retail concepts MG2 designed for the retailer.

The 4,100-square-foot store has architectural and interior design elements rooted in central Florida’s history. At the entry of the store, there is a custom teak trellis. Natural light and flagstone pavers bring the outdoors inside. The location’s fixtures incorporate fresh wood tones of bleached maple, light teak and grey-washed scrubbed oak – all with either brushed or dark bronze accents. There is also a live garden grove with a soaring skylight behind the cash wrap, capturing Florida’s natural beauty.

Other MG2 concepts set to roll out later this year include Family Retreat and Island Bohemian.

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MG2 provides architectural services, planning, interior design, brand strategy and consulting services. It has four offices: Seattle, WA; Irvine, CA; Washington, DC and Shanghai.

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