This notable and quite remarkable existing 25,000 square foot building is a gem in downtown Los Angeles, CA. 737 Broadway is getting a complete renovation and new facade design.
An excerpt from the recent LA TIMES article on the design for Hal's Kitchen:
"Architect Bell, along with Scott Sullivan and Dan Einzig, is creating the new Hal's interior, a 215-seat bistro that blends the old with the new. Some of the new includes a square central bar that is expected to be the focal point. They're including a 40-seat private dining room tentatively named the Gallery because it will feature rotating art shows, Einzig says.
But there's also a nod to the old, with many of Hal's paintings and sculptures making the transition, along with Hal's chef, Manuel Mares, the only one Frederick has ever trusted to feed his friends.
"The key to re-creating Hal's will be the focus on community, art and how people are hosted," Einzig says. "Another key challenge is that we're dealing with a newer, younger demographic and what sort of food and drink millennials aspire to. What we're creating is a sense of the Venice art community. Millennials might be young, but they're creative and un-corporate."
Check out our latest project under construction. This office space requires a complete remodel of the existing building structure. This is space will be the home of the headquarters for CCI in Los Angeles. The interior space will be converted into individual offices along with a large bull pin area for work stations. The highlight of the project is the enclosed glass mezzanine which will be the location of the corporate conference room, overlooking the entire space. Check back with us for more updates on the progress of the project!
This retail space is beautifully designed with circular walls that move customers smoothly through the space. Custom designed shelving and display tables create a welcoming and well designed environment. This project is currently under construction and set to be completed at the end of this year.
Our latest restaurant design project, WILD, features stunning textures, tile patterning, and floor to ceiling latticework. This latticework is made up of the lines of the tree branches on the ceiling and the strength of the tree on the main walls. The “trees” and their canopies achieve a highly natural element that is interwoven within its setting and create a surprising play of light and shadow throughout the space.
This creative office space is currently under complete renovation. The Siren Lexington Campus is an extension of the Siren Production Studios. The interior wooden vaulted ceiling defines the space with beautiful wooden trusses. The office concept is an open and light filled work environment with modern clean lines.
Visit our In Construction page to see more images of the process of design and construction for the Andrei Duman Gallery. The space beautifully exhibits the artists’ work. Duman’s world-renowned landscape, aerial, and travel photographs are featured in hanging glass encasements allowing viewers to wander through the photos as they hang in the space.