Tulsa,  OK

Located in the Blue Dome district in Tulsa, the renovation recalls the 
integrity of the original space, yet offers guests a warm, inviting vibe. A neutral color palette anchors, while authentic French Tolix dining chairs co-exist in familiar coastal colors. An authentic CorTen steel wall and large custom sliding doors echoes a ship’s hull while providing a dramatic backdrop and closure to the 
Private Dining Room. A variety of found objects including watery colored ball jars, vintage nautical lighting, minnow buckets for tabletop utensils, a host desk conceived from a vintage French Altar and a custom chandelier re-born from an antique ship’s beacon from the Suez Canal hovers gracefully over a round party table, as well as hand made zellige tile & floral arrangements provide cameos of color throughout.  Fallen barn wood from a Midwest Amish farm grounds the interior and is steeped in earthen texture, appearing weathered by salty sea air. 
Inside, there are two distinct spaces: 1: Part coastal crab shack with oxidized tin cladding both bars and much of the wood clad ceilings, countertops, banquette seating and tabletops; and 2: Part seaside raw bar which crosses guests back to a quieter time with an 1800‘s carved granite trough for raw bar presentation and where antique scaffolding for glassware are installed. Classic white subway tile walls & John Boos walnut chopping block countertops are anchored by an 
overhead bulkhead of painted wood and watery glass.

 *Featured projects have been designed by S. Aleksandr Malinich while employed  at other firms  prior to his employment at R5 Design Agency and CASCO Diversified Corporation.
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