Bourbon and Bones
An adaptive reuse of a print shop located in Old Town Scottsdale. The existing structure has 4 bearing walls with concrete tee roof structure allowing glass on 4 corners of the building. The layout was to maintain the glass on three of the corners giving the private dining, dining and bar ample daylight and visibility. Due to sight constraints a patio could not be achieved so all of the glass windows pocket on the northeast corner to hide behind the existing bearing walls connecting the bar area to the exterior. With the name of the restaurant we wanted to expose the bones of the structure, use meat hooks as part of the lighting design and bring in warm tones and woods for the bourbon.
Mechanical, Plumbig & Electric Engineer: Ardebili Borum Consulting Engineers.
Interior design, CK Stud.io
Structural, Wright Engineering
Contractor, Panther Construction