Category: Restaurants

SVA Architects and Fernau & Hartman Architects to Design Renovation of UC Riverside’s Historic Barn

A University of California (UC), Riverside landmark known as the Barn is receiving a $20 million renovation and expansion with SVA Architects serving as the Executive Architect and Fernau & Hartman Architects serving as the Design Architect.  Among the oldest structures on the UC Riverside campus, the Barn, formerly a popular eatery, has been a cherished element of the collective campus memory.  Reimagined as a central gathering space to create a sense of community, the new Barn will bring together dinning, events, and entertainment for the enjoyment of students, faculty, staff, and the entire region

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Margate Dairy Bar & Burger: Adding on to the Past

After more than 60 years in business the owners decided to expand their operations into space adjacent to the business that they had formerly rented to various restaurants. Stokes Architecture was brought on board to keep the nostalgic feeling of the original restaurant while designing the restaurant expansion in a tight space. John Mirenda stepped in to construct the addition.

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RSC Architects Completes Design Work on The Office Tavern Grill in Ridgewood, NJ

“As architect of record on the project, RSC was able to bring the restaurant up to date, incorporating modern hospitality trends that appeal to a wider range of customers,” says RSC Architects’ senior project manager, Ralph Walker. “We were able to blend technical restaurant elements, including point of sale and low wattage signage, with high-end aesthetics to create a welcoming atmosphere and a more efficient establishment consistent with the updated brand.”

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Expansion of COR Cellars winery

COR Cellars is located on Old Highway 8 just outside of Lyle, Washington in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge. Within a designated National Scenic Area, the site offers stunning views to the surrounding carved mountainsides characteristic of the gorge and to the south across the river to Mount Hood. The project is a large expansion to an existing winery founded in 2004 by owner Luke Bradford.

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Temporary ‘wooden box’ becomes attractive market hall

The architectural agency Tengbom saw the potential in the exceptional circumstances. As part of the refurbishment project, they designed the concept of a temporary, modular wooden building that could built alongside the old hall. Tengbom wanted to promote sustainable construction, and Kerto LVL was the ideal choice for that.

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Guide to Green Building Products – Product of the Week

Rosendale Natural Cement Products®: Natural cement is made at much lower temperatures allowing much less fuel to be burned. The estimated reduction in CO2 is on the order of 600 pounds per ton of cement. Natural Cement retains its resilience, providing high performance and low maintenance over a building’s extended life cycle.

Rosendale Natural Cement Products®: Natural cement is made at much lower temperatures allowing much less fuel to be burned. The estimated reduction in CO2 is on the order of 600 pounds per ton of cement. Natural Cement retains its resilience, providing high performance and low maintenance over a building’s extended life cycle.

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