Brasserie Beck by Core Architecture, Washington, DC

January 14th, 2014 by retail design blog

Chef Robert Wiedmaier’s concept established a new benchmark for cosmopolitan dining in Washington D.C., with a menu inspired by his deep love of classic Belgian fare. 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.

A grand bar detailed in contemporary materials and finishes opens to the main dining room with smaller private dining parlors. Soaring columns of amber light and traditional dark wood paneling are accented with European style train clocks and amber brasserie globes of light. Fairy tale inspired floral designs is juxtaposed against carbon steel for a fresh approach to finishes.

Designed by Core Architecture









http://coredc.com

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