Café Aroma - Schematic Design
The schematic design is based on the Mexican hacienda as per the client's request.
The wood trimed walls/ arcade and plaster finishes were chosen to evoke thoughts of the colonial hacienda. Amidst these traditional elements modern pieces were integrated for privacy and solar screening.
The kitchen has remained on the ground floor to facilitate the delivery of goods. The mechanical and electrical equipment required to maintain a comfortable working and dining experience has been located above the exposed wood beam and plaster ceiling (either hung from the roof structure or installed in a mezzanine level as is available in the shell building which was provided by the client).
The proposed seating is custom wood work, stained wood with a ceramic base tile to match the finish floor. The tables can be pushed together but the designed ideal is to have parties of four to six people at each table and portion rows of tables for larger groups with the aisle between the fixed furniture remaining clear to allow the servers to provide food and drink with minimal disruption of the parties experience.
Thank you for this opportunity. I look forward to any feedback you are able to provide.
MJB Architects, LLC
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