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Dallas, TX


A new retail concept was introduced in Dallas when LFT–Lifestyle Fashion Terminal–opened in 2007, creating a shopping experience that put people before products. Brad Oldham collaborated with interior designer David Stewart, owner Ort Varona and designer Keith Cokes to ensure that the store’s environment held true to the concept of creating a new retail experience. The environment’s role in the shopping experience was critical.

Oldham created a portal design based on the store’s philosophy and identity, which were incorporated into the sculpture near the main entrance; dog-tag necklaces for employees; and 17 unique exterior-door hardware designs, since each designer has its own designated entrance to create a multi-store experience under one roof. Oldham’s contribution helped keep the LFT look across the various destinations within the space while introducing new concepts and processes, including unique concrete pavers and resin, pearl-swirl panels inside structural steel frames to act as a railing between the first and second floors.

• An LED-lit, stainless-steel chandelier measuring 72 x 48 x 60 inches
• A 7-foot outdoor resin and copper sculpture of the portal shape Oldham created
• A 3-piece indoor sculpture series called The Feisty Trio, each piece 4-feet tall
• Seventeen sets of exterior door handles made of aluminum and bronze
• Twenty-eight pearl-swirl resin panels in steel frames
• Thirty polished aluminum panels featuring words that inspired “the story” of the store concept, with letters custom-cut out of a laminate
• 900 square feet of custom concrete pavers with a hand-applied patina
• Signage over each of the seventeen entrances, with each sign hand-bent and made of polished resin with laminate lettering
• Palm-sized box sets of The Feisty Trio sculpture

LFT has received rave reviews from the Dallas shoppers for the store’s many high-end, name-brand designers of fashion, art and furniture.