Restaurant Design - Inspiration for the Future
The current unpredictable pandemic world has created many possibilities for the future of restaurant and bar design.
Some designers predict the next Roaring Twenties, where people are looking to get out and socialize amongst the people they haven’t seen in almost two years. They envision the designs to be bold and statement-making with a hint of excess thrown in.
Other designers anticipate the need for more intimate booth-type set-ups where patrons can enjoy a delicious meal while feeling secure that they are adequately separated from others.
Metro F49 Brightens Up the Breakroom at Sundt Construction
Sundt Construction, one of America's largest general contractors, recently added to its Phoenix yard property. The operations and support services Warehouse project included an employee break room and lounge area.
GREAT HILLS PARTNERS
When Great Hills Partners, based in Boston, MA, was planning a new headquarters space overlooking the city, the design team at Gensler Boston knew they would need to provide an exclusive experience from the moment a client stepped out of the elevator. With two lobby spaces to fill, the design teams knew they would need something special and so they came to Fabbian to develop a completely custom solution for the spaces. The concept was to create a concealed and floating grid system composed of glass pendants.
New Road Hotel (London)
For the restructuring of this building, which used to be a textile factory, the goal was to create a modern and informal space respecting the historicity of the place and its "industrial" feel. The renovation involved the preservation of a great number of walls in rough masonry and of the cast iron frames belonging to the original large windows and partitions, all in cast iron.