Restaurant Development & Design

March-April 2017

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DISPENSE SOLUTIONS FOR BEER, WINE & COCKTAILS Customers want choice today. We understand the importance of delivering reliable, high-quality, yet cost-effective dispensing solutions for beer, wine, and cocktails. Micro Matic thinks long-term when providing solutions and support services to help grow your business. From a single kegerator, to 12 beers on tap, to 100 kegs in a remote location. is what's on tap. FRESHNESS TAP INTO A BETTER EXPERIENCE! 866.327.4159 // JACKSON THILENIUS PULSE by Gettys, Chicago How I spend my time: I'm always designing. It's part of who I am and the filter I see life through. In addition to being an architect, I'm also a writer and a painter. Oil paint- ing is a great passion of mine. It informs my design and design thinking and helps me to push boundaries. One challenge: Adaptive reuse projects. Simply finding a location that isn't riddled with EPA nightmares due to prior occupancies is tough enough. And locating exhaust routes and grease traps, negotiating dumpster contracts, installing backflow prevention valves and even providing engi- neering flow calculations can be challenging. But the payoff can be well worth the effort. Inspirational icon: Director George Miller is one of the greatest "designers" of our time. Not only did he reinvent his original vision from 30 years ago, he was able to tell the new story of Mad Max with exquisite precision, boldness and uncompro- mised integrity. It's a revolutionary work of art. As designers, we're in the storytelling business, and few do it better than the artists who create iconic movies. At Raised: An Urban Rooftop Bar in Chicago, PULSE by Gettys created a comfortable and unique design that knits together an eclectic mix of styles and materials. Photo courtesy of The Gettys Group

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