Mulberry& Vine Foodshop, Tribeca, New York City


DESIGN PROCESS

Our clients sought a "Malibu meets Brooklyn" vibe for their healthy prepared-foods shop; they talked about it feeling cheerful and casual, as well as exuding a mixture of charm and modernity.

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The chosen space had very high ceilings and a mezzanine level for additional seating.  Richard H. Lewis Architects worked with Revamp on the layout, modifying the size of the mezzanine to meet our clients' needs.

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For the initial presentation, Revamp proposed materials, furnishings, paint colors, and lighting; many of these selections made the final cut.  

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Two early design ideas were graphic wallcovering on the east wall and a handcrafted rope ceiling sculpture bridging the different ceiling heights up front.    

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As the project progressed, specific brands of fixtures, finishes, furniture, and hardware were selected, designs were finalized, and the contractor started building.

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Decor is like the accessories to an outfit: it not only adds the finishing touches, but can take design to a whole new level!

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