Complements of the growing legalization of marijuana/cannabis dispensaries, cannabis dispensaries are popping up everywhere. What were once haunted by a negative perception, the dispensary marketplace is evolving into chic new hangouts among the cannabis community.
Jigsaw Design Group has found themselves being a forerunner in this industry in bringing hip design to the sudden competitive market in Southern California. “We focus on designing beautiful and welcoming spaces, we are also continually educating ourselves on the best environments to house the products [plants and food], displaying the merchandise, and clinical building regulations,” shares Michelle the principle designer for the firm. “Thanks to our renderings services our reach is not limited to California, we can create great design for facilities all across the country, and then depending on the clients needs, we can do the install or simply render the designs for the client to seek out their own contractors,” Michelle further explains.
This industry is fast growing and a newly acceptable industry. Twenty-five states and District of Columbia currently have laws legalizing marijuana in some form. Soon, there will be more and more states jumping on board and the demand for appealing design for dispensaries will be in paramount.
Meanwhile, dispensaries are becoming the new social scene, and just as in the food and beverage industry, people want to frequent places that are inviting and beautiful. From the lobby area to the retail space, creating a comfortable atmosphere that is aesthetically pleasing will enhance the experience for the consumer as well as the staff’s work environment.
The Jigsaw Designers have installed a number of fresh looks for cannabis hangouts from hipster vibes, to glam settings with chandeliers, to graffiti walls. It comes down to selecting a look that your customer can relate to, your personal style, and functionality. As sampled in the following renderings, a few different looks are created for the same space, offering the client the opportunity to really capture the essence of the final product.
This emerging niche often has multiple moving parts so good design is key. Therefore, finding an interior designer or architect with industry specific experience is imperative. For more information on cannabis dispensaries and dispensary design, leave a comment below or visit our contact page at www.jigsawdesigngroup.com and a designer will get back to you. Be sure to subscribe to the blog and like us on Facebook!
2 thoughts on “Cannabis Dispensaries-The New Social Scene Among the Cannabis Community”
we will be reopening our dispensary in long beach ,ca and would like to talk with you about interior design .
please contact me ASAP as we are already in the planning with the city.
Thank you for reaching out. I will pass your email along to our principal designer Michelle. She’ll get back to you very soon.
Thank you for your interest!