• Photo by Halkin | Mason Photography
  • Photo by Halkin | Mason Photography
  • Photo by Halkin | Mason Photography
  • Photo by Halkin | Mason Photography
Philadelphia, PA

Goat Hollow

We created a new urban bistro out of this cultural landmark in the Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia. A red canopy, topped by an aluminum goat silhouette, marks the entrance to this restaurant. We made extensive use throughout the space of recycled brick, wood siding and goat-related objects from our neighborhood Philadelphia Salvage Company. In addition, we designed a welcoming fireplace to warm the bar and dining areas, and updated the kitchen and overall infrastructure. In collaboration with Julia Blaukopf, we created custom wallpaper images of rustic local buildings and vegetation, chandeliers of tree rootballs and recycled bottles, and vintage seating. Consulting by Ennis Nehez. 

 

2015 HGTV Fresh Faces of Design