Compelling renderings are flowing out of the back office over here at Beinfield Architecture. We thought we'd offer you a taste of the creativity!
And they had this to say about the beautiful drawing:John P. Franzen, FAIA, J.P. Franzen and AssociatesKevin Herrick, AIA, The S/L/A/M CollaborativeJames Martin, AIA, James Martin ArchitectureSu Tamsett, AIALeonard Wyeth, AIA, Wyeth Architects, LLC
The drawing looks like a cubist pairing. it shows design intent, has a dynamic composition, and instills curiosity in the viewer. It is full of surprises.
Inspired by the beach culture of Punta del Este and Buzios in South America, bartaco brings upscale street food with a coastal vibe in a relaxed environment. With an open-air and inviting atmosphere, the spacious dining room complete with high ceilings draws attention to the unique paintings and photographs decorating the walls.
The minimalist decor is light and breezy, with the air of a rustic beach resort. Crisp colors of blue and white are accented with old painted clapboard walls, hanging basket weave light fixtures, ceiling fans and fig trees.As a regular patron, I have to tell you that an excursion to bartaco feels like being transported out of Fairfield County on a mini-vacation to some relaxed, music-filled, beach town where everyone is suddenly cooler just for being there.