An old warehouse turned retail/office space was completely gutted for its transformation into a comfortable yet elevated community beer hall. Nolita Hall’s modern interior harmoniously merges with newly exposed original redwood framing and concrete walls. Featuring 12’ and 13’ quad-fold doors and a 60' skylight that cascades into a 15' counter-weighted window, the interior is brightened with natural light throughout the day. The multifaceted space features a fireplace lounge, a recreational and game-viewing zone, and a kitchen-width window providing a view to its activities. Segmented dining areas offer long rows of communal tables flanked with marble accents, standard booth seating for six, and mega-booth seating for parties of 6-10. While each section contains its own subtle scheme, select shared elements are carried over from the neighboring section, creating a distinct wave of consistency throughout the space.
2018 Orchid for Interior Design
San Diego Architectural Foundation