Stanton Architecture renovated Petit Marlowe, transforming a tired space into a Parisian-inspired wine and oyster bistro. The redesign included a new bar, built-in seating and accessibility upgrades. New fixtures, modern finishes and French accents liven up the restaurant creating a fresh new look.
The remodel and expansion of the courtyard of the Monaco Hotel located in Washington D.C. was completed in late 2016. The building that houses the hotel and the resturant is the Old General Post Office, also known as the Tariff Building, a National Landmark dating to the 1820's.
The project expanded the restaurant to a 1,400 square feet glass pavilion enclosed with dynamic glass. The dynamic glass automatically changes tint in response to the light conditions at any given time. The 200-seat restaurant space features heated outdoor seating, four bars and six firepits.
Leo's Oyster Bar is one of several high profile restaurant projects which recently opened in downtown San Francisco. The decor harkens back to the era of celebratory fine dining and evokes a breezy, luxurious retro-inspired 1950's feel. The tropical themed cocktail bar is adorned with brass motifs and polished marble, best suited for enjoying a classy martini.
The Cavalier is an upscale British brasserie and represents the third restaurant in just over three years from Executive Chef/Partner Jennifer Puccio and Managing Partners Anna Weinberg and James Nicholas. Building on the successes of Marlowe and Park Tavern, The Cavalier is that favorite restaurant and bar where you want to eat every meal, and stop by any time of day. The 135-seat restaurant is divided into four unique intimate spaces designed by Ken Fulk - the Blue Bar, Main Dining Room, Wine Stables and the Rail Car.
BDK Restaurant & Bar located near Hotel Monaco in San Francisco's Lower Nob Hill Neighborhood. BDK Restaurant is a San Francisco favorite for American food and inviting atmosphere. The project was completed in conjunction with interior designer Ken Fulk.
Stanton Architecture was contracted to design a restaurant and lounge in a vacant space in the Westﬁeld Valley Fair Shopping Mall. The existing space included a large kitchen which was updated with all new kitchen equipment to accommodate the client’s new menu. An existing leaky tensile fabric structure was removed and replaced with a Stanton Architecture designed patio enclosure system featuring fold-up doors, back-lit fabric drapes, and integrated radiant heaters. The patio centerpiece was a custom gas ﬁrepit. Stanton Architecture’s interior design work featured back-bar shelving with back-lit LivinGlass™ panels, concrete counter-tops, modern lighting ﬁxtures, wine display, custom mirrors, bathroom ﬁxtures and ﬁnishes, textured concrete ﬂooring, and a coffered wood and acoustic tile ceiling. Large custom sliding doors were designed to separate the interior space from the patio area. The bar runs continuously through the back wall of the interior space out into the patio with the sliding doors closing over and under it.