• Ayala Center Cebu

    Ayala Center Cebu

    Building on the strengths of an existing shopping center in the Cebu Business park, the two phase renovation and expansion of the center created new indoor and outdoor venues expanding retail offerings and amenities.

  • CityOn Xi'an Shopping Center

    CityOn Xi'an Shopping Center

    The design of CityOn Xi'an plays on abstractions of the city's majestic physical setting—inspired city planning, sturdy walls and heirarchical order—expressed in a lively 21st Century vocabulary.

  • Del Amo Fashion Center

    Del Amo Fashion Center

    The freshly reinvented Del Amo Fashion Center, with its light filled galleries, sleek glass storefronts and sophisticated finishes, is testament to STIR's commitment to executing the design vison for the fabled mall.

  • Engine Co. No. 28

    Engine Co. No. 28

    Originally built in 1912 this state-of-the-art fire­house was one of the first reinforced-concreted stations in the area. In 1979 it was registered as an historic landmark, remaining vacant until 1986 when it underwent restoration and adaptive reuse.

  • Fashion Show

    Fashion Show

    The Fashion Show was a game-changer. It bought sophisticated technology — super-sized LED screens suspended 180 feet in the air bring visual entertainment, shade and an iconic identity to potential shoppers right on the street.

  • Konterra Town Center

    Konterra Town Center

    Envisioned as the urban nucleus of a new live/work/play district, Konterra Town Center, comprehensively planned and smart-growth designed, will serve as the northern gateway to Prince George's County, Maryland and focal point on the Baltimore-Washington corridor.

  • Southwestern Law School

    Southwestern Law School

    The conversion of the historic 1929 Bullock's Wilshire department store building into a state-of-the-art library for Southwestern Law School preserved the famous architectural details of the so-called “Cathedral of Commerce”.

  • Tarsu


    Tarsus has remained a vital urban environment for centuries. It was important that our design capture that sense of historic continuity in this new center that is now part of the city’s future.