Posts Tagged ‘core architecture’

Founding Farmers casual dining restaurant by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

January 26th, 2015

Founding Farmers casual dining restaurant by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

CAVA Mezze Greek Restaurant & Bar by Core Architecture, Clarendon – Virginia

November 23rd, 2014

The raw concrete of the building is exposed as a textural backdrop to the warm tones of hand painted millwork. Hanging over the dining room are two custom canted light fixtures made of steel and wine bottles.

COMET Ping Pong pizza restaurant, bar by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

May 26th, 2014

Steel-framed tables and booths with reclaimed wood seats are fixed along the perimeter walls, with a 24-seat communal table placed through the central space. A grid filled with acrylic panels conceals the kitchen where the sculptural pizza oven anchors the end of the bar.

Hudson Trail Outfitters store by Core Architecture, Arlington – Virginia

January 31st, 2014

Beyond the escalator is a glimpse of the main upper retail level of nearly 20,000 square feet. The vast upper level was ideal for implementation of themed settings and features particular to product merchandising. Included include; rock climbing walls, a rain chamber, stylized footwear testing hill, and use of natural woods for display walls and fixtures.

Bank Of Georgetown by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

January 30th, 2014

The branch pays homage to the historic jazz neighborhood with larger-than-life photomurals of pianist Duke Ellington who once lived in the area. In keeping with our philosophy of ecological design, CORE preserved over fifty percent of the original tenant construction, conserving both resources and money.

sweetgreen eco-eateriy by Core Architecture, Bethesda – Maryland

January 20th, 2014

Maintaining the same clean palette and simple lines of the original location, the new locations use salvaged hickory for the walls and millwork reclaimed from local barns.

Gant store by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

January 16th, 2014

CORE maintained some of the red-brick structure and plaster walls, then implemented a brightly-lit muted design scheme that includes rough-hewn wood floors, neutral cabinetry/millwork, white subway tile, and contrasting mid-century modern furniture to enhance the original features.

Brasserie Beck by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

January 14th, 2014

Brasserie BECK is a progressive yet classically styled destination that captures the spirit of a modern brasserie. An impressive glowing glass and steel ‘solarium’ houses the large-scale open kitchen where seating along the main line provides front row culinary theatre.

CanCan French Brasserie by Core Architecture, Richmond – Virginia

January 4th, 2014

The 12,000 square foot interior of this former department store has been transformed into an authentic brasserie with a full 150-seat dining room, private banquet areas, a 40-foot long zinc bar as well as a bakery/cafe. Antique mirrored walls, white marble mosaic tile floors, tin ceilings, and period fixtures are key elements to create a truly authentic turn-of-the-century experience.

Againn gastropub by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

December 1st, 2013

The transparent exterior acts as a jewel box, showcasing well-composed traditional elements: an oyster station, bar, booths and semi private dining. The cognac colored upholstery and black millwork are contrasted with white subway tile and glass globe fixtures. Scotch lockers throughout the dining room create the framework of the interior architecture and give the space a warm and cozy glow.

Be Right Burger restaurant by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

November 5th, 2013

Be Right Burger [BRB], an exciting new burger prototype concept, is the unification of architecture and brand identity. Much of this is facilitated through an advanced digital environment that begins speaking to customers from the interactive website to the ordering kiosks, media walls, digital menu boards that occur in the space.

BAKERIES! Potenza Bakery and Winestore by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

October 31st, 2013

The bakery adjoins the historic hall and draws guests in for breakfast, lunch, or dessert with fresh baked breads, cannolis, gelato, and other Italian specialties to eat in or take on the go.

Cava Grill by Core Architecture, Bethesda

March 8th, 2012

This fast-food rollout prototype features a modern, Mediterranean style with simple, rustic finishes, custom copper light fixtures, and digital wall graphics depicting scenes of pastoral Greece.