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Frozen yogurt stores have become a specialty of Baker Architecture + Design, with CherryTree Yogurt in New York and Olo Yogurt Studio here in Albuquerque. Now Baker A+D is adding another frozen yogurt store to its portfolio, helping Olo to expand into the west area of Albuquerque and reach out to more yogurt lovers.

With the original Olo venue in Nob Hill, Baker A+D worked to develop the brand identity and aesthetic that have become well-known in Albuquerque. The establishment has taken off and led the management to open another location, bringing the diverse tastes of Olo Yogurt Studio to the west side. Many of the design aspects from the first location will be manifest in the new Ventana Ranch store, which is slightly larger and currently well under construction.

With a grand opening expected in April of 2013, Olo - Ventana Ranch will display the vibrant colors seen in Nob Hill with a similar undulating ceiling pattern, drawing customers back to the yogurt machines. The new locale offers an opportunity to provide even more of the custom flavors that Olo is known for. Baker A+D is thrilled to play a part in this venture, bringing a new hot spot to Albuquerque's novelty food scene and making Olo Yogurt Studio more accessible to those on the west side.
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