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At The Wayfare Tavern, The Sequoia


Photo credit for above: Douglas Friedman


We worked with the team at Wayfare Tavern and Ken Fulk Inc. 
to remodel the top floor of their building from an office area to a speakeasy / lounge. The blind doors hide the restaurant offices from the patrons as they exit the elevator. The leopard carpet keeps the space quiet for the banquet room below. The building was built as a bank in the 1800's and the concrete encased steel doored vault is now a whiskey lounge. The new skylight was designed for one to be able to stare directly at the Transamerica Tower with your Lavender Moscow Mule in hand. 












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