Description:we need a new design for a existing store front.
Wants:practical design, must be build-able, ideally the winning rendering will be the base to start our detail design drawings from.
Don't Wants:construction details,
- revit or google sketchup.
#23 Storefront Design 2 by Endoxos
#17 Storefront by Leila-H
#26 Store_front by J-Toronto
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