The Stroller Set: Rand Elliott Brings Sophistication To A Children's Boutique

At Oklahoma City’s Uptown Kids store by Elliott + Associates Architects, a grid system combines sprayed-painted steel pipes with panels clad in plastic laminate. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

The storefront system was built with low-E glass. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

One of the mall’s 13 buildings turns its brick back to the entry drive. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

Under an ink drawing by Sacramento Kings basketball player Desmond Mason, cube modules contain toys and accessories. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

Epoxy paint coats the concrete floor. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

The shop’s logo appears in vinyl on an acrylic cube internally lit by fluorescent fixtures. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

A custom screen print by Deco Designs Studio hangs outside a fitting room. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

An arts-and-crafts table made from recycled paper is among the attractions in the rubber-floored playroom. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

The mall sits on a 12-acre property. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

Panels of tinted acrylic enclose the playroom. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

Storefronts enjoy shade from steel canopies. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

The fitting-room corridor terminates at the cash-wrap desk. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

Stools in each fitting room are molded plastic. Photo by: Acott Mcdonald / Hedrich Blessing.

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