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Called The Quonset Project by Brett Farrow

Architect Brett Farrow has used cedar, steel and large expanses of glass to transform a shabby car repair facility into a venue for working and dining

Called The Quonset Project by Brett Farrow

American architect Brett Farrow has used cedar, steel and large expanses of glass to transform a shabby car repair facility into a lively venue for working, dining and sipping cocktails.

Called The Quonset Project by Brett Farrow

The Quonset Project by Brett Farrow is a small complex that sits within Carlsbad, a quiet beach town in Southern California. The project is named after a steel hut that has been located on the site since the second world war.

Native Hotel & Bar & Kitchen in Austin Architectural design: Un.Box Studio Interior design: Joel Mozersky Design Branding: Helms Workshop Photography : Chase Daniel

Box Studio converts neglected stone building into progressive Austin hostel

Called The Quonset Project by Brett Farrow

Encompassing square feet square metres), Brett Farrow's adaptive reuse project entailed the conversion of an old auto body shop into a mixed-use facility that contains a cocktail bar, restaurant, wine tasting room, cafe and design studio.

The Sattelkammer by Max Dudler

Max Dudler has transformed Heidelberg Castle’s historical Sattelkammer into a visitors’ restaurant

The Sattelkammer by Max Dudler

Swiss architect Max Dudler used a simple palette of cherry wood, stone and terrazzo when converting this former saddle room into a restaurant at Germany's Heidelberg Castle.

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