One of my favorite details on the facade of Original Music Workshop is finally coming to life.
Construction at Kinesthesia Physio is moving along. Above right you see a section of our perforated wall panel system that has recently been hung.
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We recently presented these preliminary concept images of a floating restaurant, bar, and event space called Super Barge. While the renderings look somewhat developed, they are really just quick sketches to get an idea across.
After a positive reception at our initial meetings, we spent a good bit of time researching the logistics and budget of fully developing the project. We're heading into a new round of development now, and looking forward to radically improving the design, particularly given the interesting possibilities we discovered while doing our homework.
Here's a construction detail of the restaurant stair at Original Music Workshop. It is a wrap-around, triangular plan staircase with multiple landings that is slightly cantilevered over the yet to be built lobby bar.
Money Talks is a herringbone patterned wallpaper we've designed that is made using one dollar bills. At just under $10 per square foot, the cost (excluding installation) is less than many conventional wallpapers. And the look, well, money talks.
Construction progress and perfect lighting make for a great afternoon at Original Music Workshop .
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I love this light filled, night render of our design for Original Music Workshop.
We're working with our friends at Mogollon on a graphic identity for Super Bar/ge, one of the development projects we're putting together at Arts and Leisure.
Cairo is a new series of steel and walnut furniture that explores a recurring hexagonal pattern (see previous post). Elements include large and small display shelving, low cabinets, a credenza, and a room divider.
Here's a sneak peek at a new project we're developing (can't say any more than that for the time being).
Here's a nice detail from a site visit at Original Music Workshop yesterday. This is the service-entry ramp rail, made from solid 1/4" plates of steel. It's certainly a case of the fabrication living up to the design intention.
As exterior construction nears completion, the scaffolding has come down at Original Music Workshop.