The Steam Plant has been an iconic and functional part of Spokane history for over 100 years, providing steam driven heat to all residents. In the late 80’s to early 90’s it experienced a conversion to leasable spaces of which a restaurant and bar would become one of the central and focal points of the newly converted space.
HDG Architecture designed a brand new kitchen, a revamped new interior design for the dining and community space along with an event space of which included renovating the interior space with an addition of flanking outdoor patios.
This recent renovation is the latest in it’s evolution and goal to maintain a current, functioning, seamless and aesthetically timeless look. All tables, booths and bar were designed by HDG and fabrication by FABER design build.
Material Used :
1. Wood Panneling/Cladding: USF Contract - Midtown Revival, Chicago.
2. Table Tops: John Boo’s Solid Red Oak with Stain.
3. Floor Tile: Thompson Tile & Stone – Ontario, Snow White 2“ Hexagon Tile, Matte.
4. Bench & Booth Seating Fabric: Keystone – Cheyenne - Grizzly
5. Metal Cladding: 16 GA, Hot Rolled Steel with Clear Satin Coat Finish.
6. Paint Colors
- Miller Paint – Subtle Shadow, 0534
- Miller Paint – Techile – 0533
- Miller Paint – Silent Sea, 0515
- Benjamin Moore – Gold Metallic, Gold 10 (Beer Tap)