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Fanny Restaurant
       
     
Fanny Restaurant

This restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, whose menu features authentic southern French cuisine, was designed to convey the warmth and character native to the Mediterranean region. The design began with a linear formal response to a very narrow existing context and used materials characteristic of New York City’s urban core. The lines of reclaimed wood, recycled brick, rough-cut slate and poured-in-place concrete were calibrated to emphasize the dominant path of circulation. A variety of lighting schemes helped to delineate the three main zones of the restaurant, stressing simple elegance, movement, and intimacy.

design - Sekou Cooke, Efrain Perez

photography - Sophia Vourdoukis

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