Workstead Focuses on Modernity & Darkness for Its Project

 - Jul 6, 2018
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Brooklyn- and Charleston-based design practice Workstead is commissioned by lifestyle magazine Garden & Gun in producing an elegant restaurant interior. The project is "the first physical space run by the [publication] and it will serve as a gathering place for high-profile guests. The dining establishment is located in Atlanta and after the aesthetic overhaul, the space boasts an amazingly sophisticated aesthetic.

The darkly-lit interior, alongside the richly textured furniture and decor, offers guests a refined experience. In order to satisfy the needs of the client and to keep the aesthetic of the elegant restaurant interior intact, Workstead utilizes a number of design principles and high-quality materials, including exquisite "dark woodwork, [a] navy blue upholstered wall panels, [as well as] plaid concrete flooring."

Photo Credits: Jeff Holt, courtesy of Workstead