STYLING YAMIR PEREZ - PHOTOGRAPHY PHTOGRAPHY ERIC SOLTON
AMERICAN FOOD. NYC
INTERIOR DESIGN. ARCHITECTURE. CUSTOM FURNITURE, WALL-ART, LIGHTING
IDENTITY AND NAMING DIRECTION. PRINT DESIGN
This steakhouse needed to redefine the typical steakhouse atmosphere. The aesthetic was presented to the owners with one simple goal in mind. "You want to expand your clientele, design each floor with women in mind and not just the old men's club mentality." Design it with sexy lighting, garment heathered wool drapery, vintage velvet upholstery and linen napkins to start.
Forty foot long photography inspired by 17th century food still-life paintings were hung behind theater scrim material sandwiched with hidden LED lighting. This alone guaranteed an ethereal setting fit for a dream like dinner.
Ceilings painted with high gloss car paint reflected candlelight back a soft glow on to the patron's faces. Once the evening approaches, above glass paneled ceiling light penetrates and illuminates 60 glass rosettes.
4 FLOORS TOWNHOUSE- 4000 SF.
KITCHEN FLOOR. BISTRO/BAR. MAIN DINING FLOOR. PRIVATE DINING/WINE FLOOR
BRANDING + TEXTILES + WALL ART
STYLING AND PHOTOGRAPHY YAMIR PEREZ
THIRD FLOOR PRIVATE DINING AND WINE BANK
Third floor private dining and glass enclosed wine bank was painted in Alizarin Crimson shades and dressed in Pashmina taupe drapery. Chrystal chandeliers sparkled the varnished ceiling stencil work and hostess wing chairs upholstered in red-black velvet.