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Commercial Projects

Commercial Projects

Your facility says a lot about who you are as a company. Your clients, customers and visitors begin forming expectations about your product from the moment they pull into your parking lot or walk up to your front door. We approach the design of commercial spaces with this in mind. Careful attention to detail, smart solutions to difficult problems, budget-savvy ideas and an exciting process combine to make Equip Studio the right architect to help you take your business to the next level.

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  • Commercial Projects - Commercial Projects
    United Community Plaza
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    Equip partnered with United Community Bank to create a new mixed-use development at the corner of E Main and Pine in downtown Spartanburg.
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    Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery
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    Swamp Rabbit Cafe is a local destination boutique grocery and cafe stop along the Swamp Rabbit Trail outside of Greenville, SC.
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    Florence City Center Market
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    The Florence City Center Market was designed with the City of Florence to bring a new energy and draw to an up and coming...
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    Methodical Coffee
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    With an almost scientific approach to brewing, Methodical Coffee approached Equip Studio with a unique vision in mind.
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    North Greenville University - Neves Hall
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    The leadership of North Greenville University desired to consolidate their student services into one central location on campus. The provided solution required a complete...
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    Turner Padget Law Offices
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    This significant and historical Neo-Classical Building with Beaux Arts influences served as Florence’s first public library.