Restaurant Development & Design

FALL 2014

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6 6 • R E S T A U R A N T D E V E L O P M E N T + D E S I G N • F A L L 2 0 1 4 Solutions Center 1. 3form's Pattern+ This glass customization system works across multiple material platforms, providing designers with creative options. Pattern+ features customiz- able patterns in etch or color with no minimum order quantities. Available in more than glass material, Pattern+ expands on the design pos- sibilities available for 3form's Varia Ecoresin line. 2. Advance Tabco's Drop Front Mop Sink This mop sink features a notched front for ease of emptying heavy buckets full of soiled water. This feature helps to prevent spills and splashes. The mop sink is available in custom and standard sizes: 16 inches by 20 inches by 12 inches and 20 inches by 28 inches by 12 inches. Sixteen-inch-high side and rear splashes are also available. 3. Artisan Venetian Plaster Ideal for new construction or remodeling projects, decorative wall fnishes provide simple design solu- tions. From old-world to contemporary wall fnishes, this line of products consists of imported lime plasters from Italy, custom designed to create a look that's unique to each space. Designers can select fnishes suitable for use in high-traffc areas such as lobbies, dining rooms, bars and restrooms. The fnishes are low to zero VOC, anti-mold, anti-fungal and fnishes are hand applied and customized to individual specifcations, including color. 4. Beaufurn's Accusta Line of Sound-Absorbing Panels The Accusta line of sound-absorbing, acoustic panels helps mitigate noise in hospitality environ- ments. The Italian-designed, fat and pyramid- shaped panels combine acoustic improvement with aesthetics. Created to relieve excessive reverberation, Accusta comes as wall or ceiling panels in seven different colors. They can be installed vertically, horizontally or diagonally to achieve modern or classic patterns. The result is a selection of panels that not only reduce noise, but also enhance the visual experience. The space-effcient, 17-inch by 17-inch-panels are created with molded, medium-density polyester felt and covered with a colored polyester fabric. 5. Crossville's Basalt Porcelain Tile Collection A volcanic stone-inspired line of porcelain tile, Basalt features fne graining and the subtle appearance of crystalized magma. Additionally, the tiles in this line aren't cut for precision; they are pressed to create calibrated edges that offer a more nuanced, authentic feel and style. Basalt tiles come in 2 modular sizes (12 inches by 24 inches and 12 inches by 12 inches), and 5 earthen colors (Silica, Caldera, Bedrock, Mafc, and Magma). The colors incorporate warm brown undertones as found in oxidized minerals that run through natural basalt. The result is a range of hues that retains the appearance of crystals formed when volcanic magma is forced to the surface. 1 2 3 4 5

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