Graffiti Café

Graffiti Café opens onto the street, and the lower tier of seating features a floor of sidewalk pavers to create a natural transition for pedestrians arriving for a meal.

The space is anchored by a series of columns clad in plywood slats that are CNC-routed to emulate a lathe-turned table leg.

The slats that cover the columns and ceiling are replicated on the dining table bases.

The layers of wood covering the columns are affixed to an MDF core.

The plywood continues to the ceiling, where it conceals mechanical systems, and even to the pedestals that support the tables.

Exterior of the Graffit Gallery Hotel, with Graffiti Café on the ground floor.

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