The Bonnie | Hospitality
2,400 SF | Renovation / Addition
What started as a mechanics shop was found as just a brick shell for the home of a new gastropub. From a client group rooted in an Irish heritage, the space became an exploration of reinterpreting the tactile qualities of Irish pubs with a modern expression form and finish.
The use of materiality and ceiling height helped to break up the space into a series of individual experiences, anchored by the stacked wood wall helps to bridge between the bar settings at the front and back of the restaurant. As an parallel to the sinewy construction of glass and blackened steel, reclaimed wood provided finishes for floors, walls and ceilings
Project Team: T. Caine & T. Germann