4th Avenue Pavilion Interiors

Client: Madison Marquette
Location: Asbury Park, NJ

On the interiors for the 4th Ave pavilion the intent was to create an industrial chic aesthetic to fit the laid-back and beachy lifestyle of the area, including elements like exposed ceilings and large windows for abundant natural light, as well as honest materials such as weathered wood, contrasting black metal and concrete, all in a neutral palette to provide the tenants with a more colorful and distinctive storefront. The entire pavilion comprises a first floor that boasts an open pedestrian connection from Ocean Ave to the Asbury Park Boardwalk, populated by a mix of restaurants, surf shops, art galleries and retail shops; and a second story with a shared workspace concept that bears the same aesthetic features, with teal and copper accents and mid-century modern-inspired furniture.


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During his tenure at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and after earning his Bachelor of Architecture, Tom has spent close to Thirty Years in planning, design, construction and contract administration for a wide range of large and small-scale projects. He joined the company in early 1997 and as one of MMA’s Principals, he has been responsible for overseeing the growth and success of the educational design studio for the last two decades. His responsibilities include contract generation, establishing budgets for hard and soft costs, design consultant coordination, and overseeing construction administration and project close-out. Tom attributes his success to his attention to detail, and his ability to work effectively with all stakeholders.