The Main Restaurant
  The challenge in this project was to create a unique dining experience for each of the separate spaces, while still creating a cohesive sense of space. 
  The proposal consisted if an intentionally oversized mass, which was intended to unify the two spaces - a single monumental element reconfigures the disparate spaces. 
  Monumentality is explored as a means of creating extreme shifts in human scale. Architectural elements such as oversized pivot doors, ample counters and bars and custom plush lounge seating extend these concepts of monumentality to the human scale.
  Green planters and planted sun screens are carefully distributed throughout the project, creating a lush tropical dining environment within the center of the expanding city. 
  These tactile elements act as a contrast to the monumental scale, providing intimacy within a larger space. 
  Place making is merged with experience making. 
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