restaurant design, the creek eatery, architectural concrete

The Creek Eatery (part 2)

Finally getting around to posting the completed interior work we created for The Creek Eatery in San Jose, CA. The project started with a walnut cross section embedded concrete table for a private seating area which then lead to a steel and wood sliding barn door for privacy.  We then worked our magic in the main bar area with floating perforated steel shelves with custom copper rolling ladder for behind the bar liquor storage and an impressive concrete wrap around bar top faced with our artistic patina’d steel cladding and railroad track foot rest. We tied in the reclaimed wood areas throughout the eatery with some wood and concrete bar tables. The second bar area, also complete with a concrete top and art-like steel cladding across the front frames their wood fired pizza area with a custom copper oven cladding created by our friend MW Metalsmith. Next up were the woven steel partitions that function as seating on one side and service stations on the other. Last but not least, we also styled the bathrooms with concrete ramp sinks. The look and feel of this place definately has an industrial masculine feel yet is softened by the warm colors, fabrics and colorful art thanks to Kari Franks Interiors. Loungy, den-like and modern, the perfect place to enjoy some comfort Cali-cuisine.

restaurant design, the creek eatery, architectural concrete

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concrete countertops, concrete bar

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concrete countertops

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