Scorched tables, custom lighting, laser engraving and a lot of surface treatment for a twisted taqueria
(1/7) Tack Architects brought us in to create a few interior components for an established restaurant's new location.
(2/7) We took a few common interior elements and guided their execution toward an interesting direction.
(3/7) Our task involved production of table and bar tops, lighting, and wall surface treatments.
(4/7) We got some wood from Reclaimed Enterprises. Old-growth Douglas Fir 2 x 4s, ship lap planks, and floor boards, all reclaimed from a deconstructed Omaha home.
(5/7) We laser engraved their logo across several boards, Helga nailed it. Chris built them a shelf to put their creepy dolls on.
(6/7) The laser-cut pattern in the extra-large hanging fixtures makes slivers of light that seem to follow you around the room. The bottoms were blowtorched, which was fun.
(7/7) The table and bar tops were also torched, then finished with a durable plant-based resin top.
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