Haymaker, Farm to Table Restaurant
The restaurant’s design melds rustic, mid-centruy modern and industrial touches. The goal was to create an approachable space, where a night out on the town or a meal before or after a baseball game can happen, Dissen says. “You want to have that blend between the space and the food,” he says.
Source: PHOTOS: New restaurant brings farm-to-table dining to Charlotte’s uptown – Charlotte Business Journal
Postino is known for bruschetta and red wine. JIM POULIN/PHOENIX BUSINESS JOURNAL
Business Insider gave a nod to Upward Projects’ well-known habit of adaptive reuse, describing how Postino was “built within a 1950s-era post office” and its “premiere wines and impeccable food made with local ingredients.”
Source: Business Insider: This restaurant is Arizona’s “top-rated bar” – Phoenix Business Journal
Curbed.com had a great list of adaptive reuse examples. Check it out!
Starbucks design director Liz Muller worked with local artists to create a concept store inside a historic bank vault in Amsterdam. Via Dezeen.
The restaurant at Chile’s eco-tourism resort Espejo De Luna was built inside a seafaring vessel washed ashore.
16 Fantastic Examples of Adaptive Reuse in Restaurant Design – Eating Pretty – Curbed National.
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This time it’s an abandoned Boeing 747 restaurant, looming huge over the highway, and yet dwarfed by a swarm of apartment buildings all around.
via Dark Roasted Blend: Abandoned Boeing 747 Restaurant (and Other Plane Conversions).
Located in a converted warehouse space in Fremont, the restaurant’s interiors were designed by Heliotrope Architects.
via The Whale Wins: A Seattle Restaurant Inspired by the Sea: Remodelista.
Beagle is a restaurant in London, England built into railway tunnels. Their site has amazing photos of the adaptive reuse, not to mention the food looks good too!
It’s called the Filling Station: how appropriate. It used to be a shabby and abandoned gas station in London’s King’s Cross. And suddenly it’s a stunning restaurant that does not want to be called a pop-up. Mainly because it is meant to be a semi-permanent building that will be there for two years before new homes are built in the rapidly gentrifying area.
via Abandoned Gas Station Becomes a Restaurant : TreeHugger.