11.1 : Commercial Scale Projects : BUD
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This remodel of an existing Restaurant in Woodland Hills, CA turns the former traditional diner into a daytime restaurant with an option to function as a night club. The client aims for a high end audience offering international fusion cuisine, music and lounges. The concept for the 4,800 squarefeet interior is derived from crystalline geometries, offering the guests a complete new spatial environment for dining. The stark spatial appearance is emphasized by reflecting surfaces featuring a complex generated graphic pattern.

The crystalline structure allows to spatially subdivide the restaurant into a lounge, two restaurant areas, a VIP lounge and a small stage. All areas are cohesively developed out of a generated, parametric geometry.
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2007-present
Design Principal: Arshia Mahmoodi, Axel Schmitzberger
Team: Spencer Brennan, Miguel Gonzalez, Trifon Metodiev, Elizabeth Labra, Kellene Kaas, Hillary Simon, Max Orzi
Structural: A&G Structural Inc.
Mechanical: AC Engineering
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