Wexler’s Restaurant by Aidlin Darling Designers
Check out this beautiful laser cut MDF Ceiling instillation in Wexler's barbecue restaurant in San Francisco

Bridging the gap between the historic facade and the new interior space within, Aidlin Darling designed Wexler’s barbeque restaurant with an incredible undulating ceiling that is evocative of both charred wood and a plume of smoke. Created out of laser cut MDF and painted black, this ceiling installation billows through a refined palette of zinc and rift-sawn oak before emerging as the restaurant’s entry canopy. The soft glow of the pendant lighting at the bar highlights the undulations in the ribbed ceiling and visually sends it in motion.

Photos © Matthew Millman.

Gathered from Aidlin Darling Design and Wexler’s

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2 Responses to Wexler’s Restaurant by Aidlin Darling Designers

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