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Hospitality, corporate offices, and banks - Our team knows how design influences efficiency, satisfaction and even the success of your business. Our professionals have provided solutions for small businesses and Fortune 500 companies, all with distinct business goals. Luckett & Farley can provide every aspect of your design needs including programming, planning, architecture, engineering, interior design, procurement, space planning, move management, and construction services.
Restaurants, shopping venues, and entertainment centers - Each of our design disciplines is available to provide quality services under demanding deadlines. Our depth of resources gives us flexibility to handle a single fit-up or dozens of new locations each year. We’ll work within your established prototype standards or help you create new standards. To maximize your business potential, we can also provide master planning, concepts and final construction documents for any type of retail environment. From big boxes to specialty stores, we can manage multiple projects simultaneously throughout the country.
Luckett & Farley provided full design services for this new 45,000sf facility in the Norton Commons “village” community development in eastern Jefferson County, Kentucky. The design includes a pool area, fitness area, walking track, group workout, locker rooms, teen area, child care and offices. The building will connect to a future Jefferson County Public School [more...]
This project involves the relocation of the Taco Bell headquarters to a 180,000sf corporate office building in Irvine, California. The new headquarters includes a dining center, test kitchens and corporate services. The project is a collaborative effort between Luckett & Farley and its former subsidiary company L&F Design Build. The existing vacant structure was a [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided site, structural, architectural, mechanical, plumbing and electrical design services for Aspen Creek Restaurant in Fayetteville, North Carolina, This restaurant was modeled conceptually in 3D and developed for construction documents utilizing Revit building information modeling software. The facility supports approximately 100 diners and a full service kitchen with multiple hoods, cooking, food [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided interior design services for the renovation of the AT&T 601 West Chestnut location. This project consisted of the renovation of the main lobby, guard desk and the conference center consisting of five conference rooms.
This project consisted of the renovation of existing space for consumer growth, which required re-stacking the entire building. This project required several months of planning and many phases due to the building being fully occupied. The following changes were made to the building: Complete renovation on 3 floors with partial renovations occurring in the basement [more...]
The design of the new Visitor Center was centered on the theme of Kentucky farm house architecture, utilizing wood siding, metal roofing, Kentucky limestone and wide expansive porches and dormers. Detailing of the exterior and interior has a “shaker” flavor. The 9,960sf facility includes large vaulted open room featuring interesting displays and exhibits describing how [more...]
Recently I asked several Louisville Real Estate professionals about what trends they’re seeing locally and issues specific to landlords and tenants. While Louisville seems to be experiencing similar trends as others in our region, we did receive interesting feedback from a few interviewees regarding the development of downtown Louisville and its impact on the entire city. Top Issues for Landlords The top [more...]
Representatives from Louisville Distlling Company asked Luckett & Farley to submit a concept and proposal for a new microdistillery in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. The facility was intended to be the new home to a rising star in the world of bourbon, called Angel’s Envy. The brand’s story to stardom is as good as the product itself. To manifest the story into [more...]
The office environments of professional service firms (accountants, lawyers, ad agencies, architects, etc…) are unique. Each has clients coming and going frequently, so the right impression is very important. The environment has to foster team collaboration and conference capabilities. The environment has to be comfortable and efficient for today’s dynamic workload. Spaces need to [more...]
I recently sat down with one of our Interior Design team members, Judy McGrath, LEED AP, for a chance to find out more about what she does for Luckett & Farley. Judy has been with Luckett & Farley for 16 years, and for 14 of those she has been a dedicated employee for AT&T. As [more...]
A strange consequence of this disappointing economy we’re experiencing has been the immense activity seen in the Commercial and Industrial markets. The advent of competitive lease rates has forged increased movement from companies finding it wise to either relocate or purchase a building. Like the housing market, the cost of purchasing (even with the improvement [more...]
Evidence-based design has been sweeping the design industry on a global level. It has become a heavily used tag line for many professionals, in an effort to increase their credibility with clients and gain new business; but what is evidence-based design? Evidence-based design in a nutshell The Center for Health Design defines Evidence-based design (EBD) [more...]
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