This seating area inside Maggie McFly's offers a view of the outdoors, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and windows. Bold orange chairs and matching upholstered booths create the seating, and the look is complete with a reclaimed wood ceiling and a chevron pattern wood floor.
Hanging gray light fixtures hang above small round tables in this sleek and contemporary, public dining area. Adorable little plants decorate each table for a small pop of color in this gray and white space while natural light pours in through large windows.
Concrete Lends Industrial Vibe to Mexican Restaurant
Concrete floors and columns pair with metal trellises for an industrial feel in this Mexican restaurant. Heavy wood dining chairs add a touch of rusticity, and hanging plants bring the outdoors inside.
Ada's Technical Books & Cafe occuppies a remodeled home in the Capital Hill neighborhood of Seattle. The impetus for the project was to create the "book retailer of the future." Achieving this vision required an adaptive reuse design, an addition and a pioneering approach to the neighborhood bookstore. The challenge would be to convert a dilapidated single-story Craftsman into a refurbished mixed-use project. The owners were dedicated to creating a balance of history and modern sustainability, so architect Jeff Pelletier imagined the building like an aged book cover with crisp, clean pages on the inside. In order to connect the space with the street-scape, Pelletier added a raised front porch for cafe seating.
Tree-Lined Wall Creates Texture and Serene Atmosphere
The back wall of this dining space is lined with alternating white birch and yellow pine trees, giving the entire restaurant the feeling that one is dining in the Zen silence of the forest. The rough texture of the trees provides a nice contrast to the sleek leather banquette below.
Rustic-Inspired Clubhouse With Midcentury Modern Pizzazz
Paneled walls in a forest green hue pair with mustard yellow chairs and a tobacco stick chandelier to establish a rustic, woodsy-inspired feel in this clubhouse. A midcentury modern coffee table and sofa offset the rustic feel.
PHX Architecture designed the contemporary restaurant, Sumo Maya. Influenced by the courtyards, gardens and street markets of Mexico and Asia, the space features bright, bold colors, warm wood tones and sleek, contemporary furnishings.
Mexican Restaurant Features Large Bar and Dining Area
Industrial concrete floors and columns pair with rustic wood chairs and tables to create a dining area in this San Diego restaurant. The Mexican restaurant also boasts a large bar area, where barstools offer additional seating for more casual dining.
The creative design in this Jackson Hole home playfully mixes contemporary simplicity and colorful whimsy with the setting's more rustic roots. In this sitting area, a cowhide ottoman is paired up with classic Eames chairs all set against a rainbow backdrop of wallpaper.
Previously a printing house, the two-story building was transformed by PHX Architecture for the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS® by reorienting the entrance and creating a stunning glass-enclosed atrium.