Restaurant Development & Design

January-February 2017

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Solutions Center 7 0 • 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 • J A N U A R Y / F E B R U A R Y 2 0 1 7 1. Blue Leaf's Luxe Bar Cart Balancing utility and sleek design, the Luxe Bar Cart is intended for commercial hospitality settings. It features polished brass and brown leather and sits on wheels for mobile display opportunities. The cart measures 28 inches wide, 18 inches deep and 33 inches high. 2. CALMA Stools Designed by Studio Eurolinea of Italy and certified to hold up to 252 pounds, CALMA is a collection of minimalist contract stools for indoor and outdoor use. Stools measure 30 5 / 16 inches high by 14½ inches wide and 14 3 / 16 inches deep. They weigh approximately 11 pounds and can stack up to 5 high. Standard colors include black, green and white, but operators can order stools in a variety of other colors. Technopolymer seats join to a white-painted tubular metal frame. 3. Douglas Fanning's Mobile Lighting Series The Sculptural Mobile Series, Brass Edition consists of the designer's minimalist Light Blades that light downward and upward to create soft pools of illumination. Available in single-, double- and triple-tier configurations, the handmade series uses LED lights. The Light Blades come in black and white and can be rotated to form differ- ent silhouettes. 4. Dyson's Airblade V In this update to the Dyson Airblade, the Precision Air Apertures have been reduced from 0.8 mm to 0.5 mm. Inside the motor, a redesigned impeller and inner diffuser enable sound-optimized airflow paths. The reprogramed Dyson Digital Motor V4 is tuned to 1000W and draws less air through the machine, reducing sound from turbulence while maintaining a fast drying time, according to the maker. 5. Eagle Group Space-Saver Hand Sinks This collection of hand sinks features an overall side-to-side dimension of 12 inches and 304 stainless steel construction with deep-drawn positive drain narrow sink bowls, basket drains, inverted "V" edges to prevent spillage and gooseneck faucets. Choose from three models: two with splash-mount faucets and one with a deck-mounted faucet. 1 2 4 3 5

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