Being a chef and avid traveler with many excursions to South America our client wanting to use large woven tapestries he had purchased during his travels. These tapestries depicting the fish of South America formed the core for the direction and palette. With burnt orange being the predominate color, the team offset this by using exotic dark woods for millwork and patterned divider screens separating the dining areas. Banquette seating was upholstered in a bold graphic fabric and the chairs had woven leather backs. Mixing this with hand glazed bricks and hammered metal lights Tempo brings the Amazon to Moody Street.
photo's by Warren Jagger Photography