Pasta is probably not the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of Las Vegas. Bright lights, dancing girls, and poker for sure…but pasta?
Next time you’re in Sin City, check out a new eatery that is fast becoming a local favorite thanks to amazing food and a warm industrial atmosphere featuring reclaimed materials and classic, American made barn lighting!
MacShack is a fast service pasta restaurant where guests create their own dishes choosing from more than two dozen pastas, sauces, and a variety of fresh ingredients. The second and newest location recently opened where some southern charm was incorporated into the design of the new space.Read More
Dianne’s Fishbar knows zesty. From their eclectic menu of East-Coast flavors, Baja Mexican and seafood samplings to their vibrant restaurant interiors, Dianne’s passion for dining experiences makes it a highlight of the Ontario, Canada cuisine scene.
Before Dianne’s, this venue housed an Italian restaurant. Its transformation was a design collaboration between owner Tim Pater, SZA Architects, and builder Trevor Henderson. We got in touch with Tim to chat about his vision for this restaurant and what drew him to BarnLightElectric.com for unique restaurant lighting solutions.Read More
As you cruise scenic Highway 29 that runs through the heart of Napa Valley, California, lush vineyards beckon you to visit the birthplace of America’s wine making industry. The vast majority of Napa Valley vineyards are family owned and operated, and all offer tours and tastings. If you go to Napa, plan on watching the movie Bottle Shock before your trip for a little history of how Napa burst onto the world stage in wine making.Read More
In Western Australia on the scenic shores of the Indian Ocean, the city of Perth has long been influenced by the shipping industry. When Mike Darvill & his team at SMA Design began to create a new eatery located in this historic city, they called on the influences of the sea.
“We wanted to create a shipping dock setting crossed with old factory styling,” says Mike Darvill, associate director with SMA Design. “We wanted patrons to feel like they could be waiting for a ship to dock, ready to unload cargo.” The Cutting Board is located in a new, mixed-use building and features slow-cooked meats, burgers, breakfast, and coffees. To highlight this new restaurant, the SMA team, along with their builder - Pinnacle Commercial Interiors, chose a variety of lighting fixtures.Read More
Much like Barn Light Electric, the Patagonia company had humble beginnings. It was in a shed in his parent’s back yard that founder Yvon Chouinard began crafting climbing tools to use on weekend forays into wilderness areas in Yosemite, Wyoming, and Canada. At one of the newest Patagonia stores in Hong Kong, designer Pater Wong wanted to bring the Patagonia story into the interior design of the new space.Read More
As long as man has been building shelters for himself, stone has been a material of choice. Not only is stone durable, fire proof, and an excellent insulator, it won’t decompose over time like other materials and is virtually maintenance free. When the creative minds at Sullivan Building and Design Group in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, had the opportunity to renovate an early 1800s stone house, they didn’t try to upgrade the design but instead renovated back to its original state complete with handmade lathe and horsehair plaster. An old storefront attached to the stone house was also renovated.Read More