Interior Renovation of main club house to include lobby/reception, business lounge, main corridor bar, Trophy Room and four dining rooms. Finishes included, hardwood floors, Axeminster broadloom carpet with custom boarders, large millwork package, wallcoverings, accent lights and decorative ceilings. Main focal points were Glass Half Wall with Kenwood Logo that was uplit with LED Strip fixtures and Barn Door that was made of reclaimed wood that separated two of the dining spaces. Complete renovation was completed in 12 weeks while the upper level of the building remained operational.
Casa de Montecristo hired TEEL to complete their new DC location. Once an old pizza restaurant, the design team creatively utilized and recycled many of the existing architectural features which lead to a distinctive final product with real character. Customers are able to rent a locker in the custom-made millwork on the 2nd level, or browse from the side lit retail shelves on the ground level.
Beyer Blinder Belle hired TEEL to complete a three-phase renovation of their Georgetown offices and elevator lobby. The renovations included a new kitchen, reception area and conference room with full height sliding glass doors, as well as changes in finishes throughout the 8400 square foot space.
A 5,400 sf high-end interior fit-out for the future offices of Dr. Mesbahi and Dr. Venturi, 2 of our Nation’s leading cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons. The intricate finish package detailed by Architecture Inc includes back-lit natural onyx columns, terrazzo flooring, recessed lighting niches, custom art glass backsplashes, exotic tile walls, and custom built-in furniture, including the luxurious banquettes in the open and bright reception area pictured here.
Architect: Architecture, Inc. Location: McLean, VA
SoulCycle tasked TEEL with building this 3,200 sqft studio in the trendy U street corridor of DC. 14th & U features a 65 bike sound proof studio with high-end features throughout. Be sure to visit SoulCycle to experience their re-invention of indoor cycling. Architect: Mark Vetter Architecture Location: Washington D.C. (pictured), Atlanta GA