Restaurant Development & Design

MAR-APR 2018.

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Dan Brunn Architecture transformed an existing bare space into a playful, modern, 1,200-square-foot coffee shop in Los Angeles. Coffee for Sasquatch takes a whim- sical approach in creating a design that evokes the forest where bigfoot would reside. Upon entry, customers are wel- comed by an 11-foot-tall representation of the brand's Sasquatch logo made of brown powder-coat steel and set within a 7-inch-deep living wall that features a range of plant species that could be found in a forest. The ceiling is designed with an inverted pitch to create a sense of height. The service counter, finished in beechwood, is designed to evoke a tree branch in the forest. Custom-designed and built-in seating curves along the walls and coffee bar to provide space for eating, drinking and socializing. Opposite the counter, a hand-painted abstract mural created by Oakland-based artist Hueman features cloud forms and geometric shapes. JUX™ Wine and dine on us! Big Coffee for Bigfoot Image courtesy of Brandon Shigeta

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