Rain Restaurant                                 San Francisco, CA 2007

A 2,000 sqft restaurant inserted into an existing 1906 historical building.  
The project sits on the first floor with high pedestrian and automobile
traffic.  The concept was to insert cloud like formation into an existing
condition creating rain effect inside the dining area.

Materials:

laser cut plywood, plaster, concrete, corian, 3M panels.


Design + Construction time:

Construction began January 2009


Flux [fractal lab for underground experimental], a multidisciplinary design studio focuses on built environment.
Created by Damian Ponton and Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta.