Tack Architects brought us in to create a few interior components for an established restaurant's new location.
We took a few common interior elements and guided their execution toward an interesting direction.
Our task involved production of table and bar tops, lighting, and wall surface treatments.
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.
We laser engraved their logo across several boards, Helga nailed it. Chris built them a shelf to put their creepy dolls on.
The table and bar tops were also torched, then finished with a durable plant-based resin top.
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.