How can you bring a human touch to a corporate icon?
The design is immersed in imagery from the late 1960s, a time when icons of corporate culture were being built all over the country, and the computer age was born.
Warm materials bring glamour to the enduring Miesian minimalism.
The restaurant is broken up by a pair of bronze screens, which form a moving wall to create flexible space. Beyond, bronze pendant lights warmly illuminate the bar, where a deconstructed design in a pinwheel-shaped plan is perfect for socializing in small groups.
To create a space that transforms from day to evening, Rockwell Group designed three Paul McCobb-inspired bar carts. At night, they allow guests to enjoy the theatrical aspect of cocktail preparation.