Timber Gastro Pub by HDG Architecture | Design, Post Falls – Idaho

September 6th, 2015 by retail design blog

Timber GASTRO PUB, located in Post Falls Idaho, celebrates the impact of logging on the growth of the city and surrounding region. The use of natural wood elements from locally milled timbers and basalt rock gabion wall provides a natural backdrop to a restaurant which is both contemporary and rustic in nature. These design styles stick to the concept of combining the characteristics of your favorite neighborhood pub with a gourmet and modernized kitchen, allowing the culinary creativity of talented chefs to introduce new flavors and dishes to their patrons. The exterior features a wood slat screen wall which is back lit and visible from the highway providing both wayfinding and expanded signage.

Design: HDG Architecture | Design
Photography: Tony Roslund








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