Restaurant by Nemaworkshop, Ann Arbor – Michigan

December 30th, 2013 by retail design blog

Design for the restaurant in Ann Arbor draws from the industrial, intellectual and political spirit of the city. The city itself operates as a hub not only in terms of rail but with the University of Michigan as a hub of ideas. The restaurant is the place where students, professors can exchange these ideas.

By day its casual and easy, with cafe seating and large windows flooding the space with natural light. In the evening, the focus is on the bar with its amber lighting and large display shelves housing books, bottles and artifacts. Giant garage doors lift to expand the space into the street, welcoming pedestrians into the warm environment.

Designed by Nemaworkshop















http://nemaworkshop.com

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