Low Country Kitchen
Low Country Kitchen was a delicious take on modern southern fair. With a contemporary design for the space in hand, the owners took over an existing restaurant location in the LoHi Neighborhood of Denver and completely gutted everything to build and execute their new vision.
Our reputation came into play with their restaurant consultant recommending us from work we had done together on previous projects. We designed a robust system utilizing our established suite of simple to use technology for restaurants. Music through Sonos, A Multi-Faceted Araknis Network to handle all Network partitions including Back of house and client facing operations. Video from Samsung TVs placed in strategic but aesthetic locations. A Samsung projector and Motorized screen from Dragonfly were also hidden in the ceiling joists so that they were only seen and used for game day or the yearly Kentucky Derby party.
The ceiling was left open to the 1900s rafters, so we paid special attention to how we ran our wiring and did all of it in black so that it would disappear into the shadow lines above. A rooftop patio also presented a design challenge as we had to get wiring through the old building, up to the roof and then out onto the cables holding the lighting so that we could reach our Episode outdoor speakers.
Overall, we ended up with a great sounding and performing space that could transform from a vibey and charming dining experience to a bourbon fueled sports bar atmosphere when appropriate.