Hospitality design involves collaborating with many people to produce a great product efficiently. We strive to design spaces where our client’s experience would be enhanced and also leave a lasting impression long after the visit has ended.
This project represents an opportunity for us to collaborate with a client whose sense of branding; concept, and aesthetic have been established. The essential question driving our design process was “How can design enhance the brand our clients have already created, and ultimately use our expertise to create a store that is welcoming?”
The chevron wood planks of the façade allude to the idea of movement (in particular waves), which is an essential concept throughout the project.
Another example of architecture enhancing branding and experience are the vertical wood “fins” which act to create a visual barrier separating the dining space from the service counter. The gradual rotation of each of ‘fin’ creates a playful dialogue with the customers as they move through the restaurant.
Whether it is creating a new brand experience or retaining a brand’s identity, MO’s hospitality design solutions bring long-term value to owners while welcoming guests with exceptional experiences.
Material Used :
1. Milgard Windows
2. Cedar wood flooring with a clear satin finish
3. White Ash with a clear satin finish
4. Porcelain tile
5. Gotham Lighting – 4“ Recessed LED DOWN Light
6. Intense Lighting – 4“ Recessed Adjustable Spot Light
7. Lithonia Lighting – 2’ X 4’ LED Recessed Fixture
8. Lamps Plus – Jamie Young Spring Weave Beehive 12“ Wide Decorative
9. Luke Lamp Company – Decorative tracer pendant above Banquette
10. SETCO – Decorative pendant at entrance 11.75“D X 23.5“H X 82.6“ MAX
11. SETCO – Decorative wall sconce at Take Out Entrance 8“D X 17.7“H X 4.75“
12. BOCCI – BOC Decorative Wall Sconce at Take Out Entrance 8“D X 17.7“H X
13. DAL Tile – Concrete Quarry Tile (Ashen Grey)
14. Aluminium, Black Anondized Glass Glazing