Studio RED Architects Designs Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt Shop
PR Log - Jan 16, 2013 - HOUSTON -- Studio RED Architects designs 3rd Houston area Pinkberry frozen yogurt shop location in Highland Village.
The new Pinkberry shop boasts a fresh, sleek exterior that matches the vitality of the surrounding area. On the choice for the Highland Village location, Meredith Emory, franchisee of Pinkberry, says “We were very patient for the right real estate.”
The primary goal of Studio RED Architects was to transform the existing mission style building to mirror the contemporary personality of Highland Village. Trung Doan, partner at Studio RED Architects, elaborates, “We transformed a building that was slowly disappearing amongst the modern character of River Oaks into a fresh, current point of view for Pinkberry.”
Studio RED Architects implemented the trademark Pinkberry store concept design for the new location. The Houston-based architecture firm designed the 1,000 s.f. Pinkberry location to include the trademark green trellis on the façade of the building and incorporated as much glass as possible into the design. The challenge was to upgrade the existing exterior building to accommodate two tenants, one being Pinkberry.
Pinkberry has experienced tremendous growth over the past 8 years. The company first opened in West Hollywood in 2005 and has now grown to over 170 stores throughout North America, South America, Europe, The Middle East and Asia. The new Pinkberry yogurt shop in Highland Village is the 3rd Pinkberry location in Houston, following the Clear Lake/Webster and The Woodlands locations.
Studio RED Architects has extensive experience in designing retail spaces including Brennan’s Restaurant, Zig’s, Memorial City Mall, Blue Martini, The Shops at Houston Center, and other works around the city.
About Studio RED Architects Studio RED Architects is a Houston-based architectural firm with a reputation for design excellence in entertainment, commercial and worship facilities. Project examples include worship centers such as Lakewood Church, performing arts centers such as the Texas Southmost College Music Education Building, renovation projects such as Brennan’s Restaurant and John C. McGovern campus (formerly Nabisco Bakery), sustainable projects, such as City of Houston Permitting Center (tracking LEED Gold) and Amazing Place (LEED Silver) and educational projects like University of Houston Clear Lake – Pearland Campus.