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Hospitality project Lazy Sundaes in Brooklyn, NYC completed!

Aerial is very proud to have constructed the new flagship location for Lazy Sundaes' in Brooklyn, NYC. 

 

Designed by Alda Ly Architecture, it is already their fourth location for the popular Korean cafe, which was transformed into a customer-friendly space providing an ample room to watch the favorite desserts being made. The interior pulls inspiration from the color palette of a sunset and the forms of boba pearls.

 

The overall space is carved out of a series of soft curves and the lighting pendants above the cafe area and wall sconces take inspiration from the shape of the rounded boba pearl, while the hanging pendant lighting above the bar mimics the arc and pathway of the setting sun. The wood-look vinyl plank flooring, completed with lush tropical faux plants, carry through the entire space and engulf customers in the feeling of being outside. 

Location: 170 Front Street, Brooklyn, NYC

 

Project Credits:
Architecture and Interior Design: Alda Ly Architecture
Project Team: Alda Ly, Principal; Marissa Feddema, Director; Tania Chau, Director; Michaela Delasanta, Designer
General Contractor: Aerial Design & Build
MEP Engineer: EP Engineering
Lighting Designer: Sighte Studio
AV/IT Consultant: Sound Solutions
Greenery: Thrive Plants

 

Photo Credit:

REID ROLLS PHOTOGRAPHY

REIDROLLS.COM

 

Please check our Hospitality projects portfolio at:

www.aerialdesignandbuild.com/hospitality

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