design:retail_TLB_11.25.19

TPG Architecture

Rating: 5 - 2 reviews
31 Penn Plaza, 132 W. 31st Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10001
About TPG Architecture
  • TPG Architecture, LLP (TPG) is an award winning provider of innovative design solutions. Headquartered in New York City, with a regional office in Long Island, TPG works locally and all over the world, with completed projects in over 44 countries. The sectors we serve include retail, corporate interiors, hospitality, healthcare, education, and base building architecture. Our goal for retail design is to create environments that reinforce brand identity while supporting the client’s program requirements, however complex. Our diverse retail portfolio has kept us inspired and challenged to continually produce thoughtful and unique design solutions. We are committed to our clients, and to excellent retail design. Indeed, the quality of our work has garnered significant recognition within the industry. However, our most meaningful recognition comes from our clients; over ninety percent of our work is repeat business.
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