Tanner Goods + The Wayback
When Tanner Goods decided to move their Portland Flagship Store to a new location on North Albina Ave, we jumped at the opportunity to help them settle in. The 2,600 square foot space also includes a shop-in-shop for sister brand Mazama Wares, and a new bar and cafe concept in the (way)back of the space. Incorporating some fixtures from the original retail store, we added custom patio furniture, breeze block and CMU structures, concrete counters, plants and pops of persimmon to give the light filled space a mid century feel.
Downtown Los Angeles, California
Tanner Goods second store located in Downtown Los Angeles is an evolution of a brand and the influence of the city. Lighter, brighter and more open are the Hallmarks of this location. The same handcrafted quality still holds true in the fixtures that were built to the product sitting on the shelves.
With the tagline, Worth Holding Onto, it seemed fitting that each and every fixture for the new Tanner Goods Flagship be made in Portland, Oregon or sourced from ebay and local antique shops. The store concept was designed around the brand’s heritage leather goods line. Dark walls, doug fir reclaimed from an eastern Oregon barn, hand crafted light fixtures made and wired by Casey Keasler, and exposed brick showcase the belts, wallets and bags Tanner Goods is undeniably known for.
Denver Art Museum Shop
The Museum Shop's location and redesign have achieved the board's critical goals by making it feel like a natural extension of the museum; maximizing the Hamilton Building's underutilized lobby; creating an intuitive entry to the Clifford Still Museum; accomplishing a subtle, yet functional interpretation of Daniel Libeskind's design parti, "two lines dancing", within the new retail space.
Completed while working at Roth + Sheppard Architects
San Francisco, California
Casework has been part of the core team designing and installing both the Portland and Los Angeles locations of Tanner Goods. This San Francisco shop is the latest addition to the retail family. The space holds true to the TG brand while reflecting some of the maritime history of the area.
The Good Mod
As part of the Vintage Playground series, Casey created a custom installation for The Good Mod’s Portland showroom. Paired with a selection of vintage pieces, the sewn wall-hung panels portray graphic elements inspired by Egyptian hieroglyphics and modern day emojis. Casey’s installation explores why we strive to create perfectly curated worlds and share them so publicly via social media.