Wood, concrete, glass, and metal come together for a restaurant remodel that achieves a rustic yet modern feel.
The designers mixed wood, concrete, glass, and metal to create a dining atmosphere that is both rustic and modern.
Concrete fabricator, Mark Rogero of Concreteworks (www.concreteworks.com) used cast Ductal concrete to make these sculptural banquettes.
The base of the bar is made of concrete that was poured in place. It’s topped with a reclaimed wood counter.
The main bar features a photo mural by Thomas Winz.
The draped, blowing glass sculpture is by Nikolas Weinstein.
Like the main bar, the coffee bar is also made of poured-in-place concrete.
The original warehouse window in the grotto space provides a peek into the main dining room.
The long, open space works well even during crowded evenings.