Starbelly

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This eatery, a DesignBuild project with BuiltForm Construction, for a continuing client in San Francisco’s Castro District, is designed as smaller defined dining areas set within one main space. From the front entry a linear reclaimed wood wall extends from the bar through the dining room and out to a canvas covered patio, herb and vegetable garden. A series of steel boxes inserted into the wood wall provide storage while breaking the linear quality of the space. The reclaimed wood was sourced from wine casks and barns from the bay area.  The bar top/communal dining table was a bowling lane in its’ last life.

 

Photography: Henrik Kam

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