Edible Restaurant / Sander Architects

Edible Restaurant / Sander Architects

Sander Architects shared their Grace Restaurant design with us. Located in the rectory of the decommissioned St. Vibiana’s cathedral, the project includes an addition on a triangular piece of property adjoining the rectory. The addition includes a new kitchen on the first floor with additional cooking facilities and a private chef’s table on the upper floors. Putting a new spin on restaurant design, the building itself will provide great food. Working with the idea “the building you can eat”, the project becomes an edible form that is sheathed in a vertical garden, covered with tasty plants. Passers-by will be free to pick fruits, vegetable and herbs from the building as they walk along. An open street-side counter will also cater to walk-up orders. With this edible idea, the building become both environmentally and people friendly.

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Cite: Karen Cilento. "Edible Restaurant / Sander Architects" 05 Sep 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/34219/edible-restaurant-sander-architects> ISSN 0719-8884

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