Feasibility study for interior farmers market located on Baltimore street north of downtown. Market proposal included planning and mechanical coordination for mixed use selling space, food storage, event, and classroom space utilizing both spatial and furniture design to meet client expectations.
The proposed feasibility required the of the merger of two vacant properties at the ground and basement levels to create a flexible indoor market sourcing from local suppliers. The scope of this study required projected coordination of a multitude of product types, and spatial usages for the proposed. In addition to exploring needs for market, we also investigated options to facilitate off hours events including educational workshops, private parties, and pop-up gallery events. The nature of this mixed use required forethought in furniture and security needs, as well as mechanical coordination for intermittent refrigeration and plumbing needs at the market.