Restaurant Development & Design

JAN-FEB 2018

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6 8 • 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 8 Solutions Center 12. Iris Ceramica's LOL Collection Iris Ceramica's new LOL collection of wall tiles are available in six colors with a glossy finish: yel- low (pictured), red, white, blue, aquamarine and gray. The ceramic tiles are 4 inches by 8 inches and are 0.27-inch thick. The tiles feature slight shading on the edges to provide contrast. 13. Modern Forms' Catalyst LED Chandelier Modern Forms' Catalyst collection of LED chandeliers are designed with adjustable arms and hand-blown free-formed art glass diffusers. Mount individually or group together to create larger chandeliers for ballrooms or entryways. The polished nickel is offered in three sizes with 8, 9 or 10 lights. They are offered in a 3000K with a CRI of 90 and deliver lumens up to 1,000-plus. Full-range dimming is available. 14. Plymold's Wired Dining Counter This prewired dining counter features a series of surface-mount outlets, each consisting of one standard plug and two USB ports. The 42-inch bar-height units are available in 48-inch length with two outlets, 72-inch length with three outlets, and 96-inch length with four outlets. The 48-inch length also comes in a 30-inch height to meet ADA requirements. The unit includes a heavy-gauge steel powder-coated frame and laminate counter with polyurethane edge. 15. Porous Pave XL An eco-friendly green building product manufac- tured in the United States, Porous Pave XL is a highly porous and durable pour-in-place paving material made from 50 percent recycled rubber chips and 50 percent kiln-dried aggregate mixed with a liquid binder. It offers superior permeabil- ity for maximum stormwater retention. Resilient and slip resistant, Porous Pave eliminates puddles on walkways and patios. It is available in eight standard colors and multiple mixed-color options. 16. Rustbelt Reclamation's Benchmark Communal Table The Benchmark Communal Table features a 1¾-inch-thick solid oak top in a dark walnut stain or natural finish, grounded by a handcrafted blackened steel bridge base with custom brand- ing included. Sizes vary, and tables are fully customizable. 16 15 21 20 14

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