We acquired an intriguing architecture conversion from Spacecraft Group. Here is the official press launch we have been despatched: “Mohawk Bend opened its doorways on August B, 2011 within the eclectic neighborhood of Echo Park, Los Angeles, CA. Owner Tony Yanow employed Kristofer Keith of Spacecraft Group to utterly rework the one hundred-yr previous Vaudeville Theater into 4 customized rooms. Keith reworked the area with uncovered plywood, in depth metallic work and brick inside all through the ten,000 sq. foot restaurant. One would discover themselves getting into by means of the “quad” beneath cathedral ceilings right into a eating space full of snug sales space seating and mirrored partitions. At the middle of leisure, stands a communal desk positioned between twin bars that serve seventy five beers on faucet. Next to it, one can find an open kitchen boasting a customized-constructed Woodstone oven serving vegan and conventional meals.
Further in in the direction of the top of the restaurant, Keith put in a 20ft mosaic glass wall separating the brew pub space from the Ramona Room. Named after the unique vaudeville theater, the Ramona Room is a gorgeous hid eating space that includes a excessive ceiling, skylights, brick partitions, and a comfortable hearth. The area is flexible in that it may be utterly personal with the curtains drawn or with them open making it a great place to host occasions. So far, Mohawk has held intimate gatherings, a marriage reception and are within the processing of planning a big scale community tv present wrap get together. The pure mild, crops and timber additionally add to the outdoorsy ambiance”. What is your stand on this architecture conversion?