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HAVE A GREAT IDEA FOR A RESTAURANT OR BAR?
A strong design concept develops through a collaborative process with you. We research and consider your requirements and then produce drawings that help you visualize the outcome. And we provide the details, materiality and spatial characteristics needed for construction.
CLARIFY YOUR RESTAURANT DESIGN CONCEPT
Great concepts start as ideas. Concept Design is the first step in the design process. We listen to our clients and gather all project details that can be expressed in their space. The result is a unique design concept that serves as A guide for all aspects of the design: interior design, branding, menu design, and signage.
VISUALIZE THE DESIGN OF YOUR RESTAURANT INTERIOR
We bring your design concept to life. With the tools we provide, clients are able to visualize the transformation of their space. The most effective tool we use is 3D rendering that ties together all of aspects of the interior design: furniture, color, materiality, and structural elements. Conceptual design is preliminary, so it is a great opportunity to test out a new idea before signing a lease and / or beginning the construction process.
project case study:
A Restaurant Concept Inspired by Venetian serenity
Mazzon Trattoria is a dining concept for a 1,200 sq. ft restaurant in Redwood City. The restaurant serves healthy, authentic Italian food with an interior inspired by the chef’s hometown of Venice, Italy. Key design requirements include a wine bar, chef’s table, and a display kitchen featuring a Mugnaini for their specialty: wood fired pizza.
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CREATING AN AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE WITH MATERIALS
The design is influenced by the tranquility of Venetian canals and the wooden mooring posts used to guide boats through the navigable portion of the lagoon. This setting inspired the soft monochromatic color palette and the incorporation of Bricola, the rare wood sourced from these posts in the space. The focal wall with Fireclay glazed brick in an ombre pattern unifies the dining areas in the space.
FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION WITH CUSTOM DESIGN ELEMENTS
Bricola wood is used strategically throughout the space to signify important moments in custom millwork including the host station, bar and chef’s table. The chef’s table is a multi-function area defined by two wing walls with large openings and wood shelving. In addition to being the ideal spot for a large party, the chef’s table area serves as a wait station, storage, and gathering place for staff meetings, and storage for dinnerware. The wine bar features oak shelving and cabinets suspended from black metal framing, alternating Niche Modern pendants, and travertine inspired porcelain tile clad counter die. The pendants and porcelain tile cladding continue at the dining counter in front of the display kitchen where to watch the action take place