Forsgate Country Club

Restaurant and bar with black and white checkered floor, oak bar, marble countertop and red chairs

Forsgate Country Club

For decades, this restaurant and bar was a more masculine space with dark-stained hardwood floors, bar top and cabinetry. Today it is an open and fresh space that appeals to all members and guests. The bar remains in its original place and maintains its detailed woodworking above, but the counter top is now quartz. Cushioned chairs and the button banquettes in a warm hue encourage patrons to relax and enjoy the country club experience as people have since 1931.

Tacconelli’s Pizzeria

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Tacconelli’s Pizzeria

This is the pizzeria’s second location, housed in what had once been a five and dime in Maple Shade, N.J. The space was gutted and then redesigned. Pictured is the private dining room, but our team made contributions throughout the restaurant. This new beginning, for what has been the family business for more than 70 years, called for a design that was casual and approachable, with colors and finishes that were nothing but modern.

DreamPuffz Bakery

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DreamPuffz Bakery

A retired professional basketball player fulfilled his dream of owning a bakery in his hometown of Haddonfield, N.J. The inspiration for the design came from the light and airy cream puffs. The counter seems to float above the floor, while the soffit appears to hover in place. A key feature is the Lucite case with recessed lighting above, displaying the cream puffs the way a jewelry store highlights its gems.

The Rose Tattoo Cafe

Oak bar with marble countertop, mirrors, schoolhouse pendants and tin ceiling
Restaurant with church pews, brick wall and vintage photographs of Philadelphia
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The Rose Tattoo Cafe

The Rose Tattoo is a Philadelphia restaurant located in an iconic Victorian building constructed in 1850. Several years ago, heavy rains led to the partial collapse of the roof, leading to water damage on all three floors. On the first floor, the columns from the original bar were just about to be thrown away when members of our team decided to salvage them. They were incorporated into the design of the wall behind the bar, as were mirrors etched with the restaurant’s logo. The tin ceiling is primarily original, but with new sections patched in seamlessly. The bar top is Carrera marble for contrast against the wood, gleaming with the pendant lights above.

On the first and second floors, the carpet was removed and the wood floors were refinished to their original appearance. In the second-floor dining room, church pews are used for bench seating, with glass tiles positioned all around. 

Giuseppe’s Restaurant

Restaurant and bar with geometric red, black and white concrete tiles, red walls, subway tiled columns, red banquettes and green chairs

Giuseppe’s Restaurant

This new construction project in Richboro, Pa., offered an empty canvas for the design, except for several support columns interrupting the flow. Rather than letting the columns dictate the layout, additional columns were incorporated to make them all look intentional to the space. Attractively covered in white subway title, they demarcate different zones of the restaurant, such as the bar and various seating areas. The showpiece of this project is the hand-poured and hand-painted cement tile, sourced from Mexico.

Cornell University eHub

Cornell University custom staircase with oak treads, blackened steel, stainless steel aircraft cable and oak railing
Detail of custom stairs showing wood and metal joinery
University lounge with various seating options
University custom counter made of oak, steel and iron
Detail of counter showing joinery of wood to metal
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Cornell University eHub

Two eHub locations provide a place for student entrepreneurs to collaborate, co-work and access technology. For this location in Collegetown, N.Y., we provided construction and fabrication services that supported the contemporary industrial aesthetic. As is the case in many university projects, we needed to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders. The project also required us to be flexible in scheduling and responsive in the delivery of services.

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