November 9, 2018
Frank Gehry’s Newest Modern Restaurant Project
Frank Gehry's Newest Modern Restaurant Project
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Frank Gehry’s Newest Modern Restaurant Project – The contemporary architect takes his talents to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Stir is the first Gehry designed fine dining restaurant on the East Coast!

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The Philadelphia Museum of Art has just opened the modern restaurant and café designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architectFrank Gehry. 

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This grand opening marks the first step of the museum’s Gehry-led Core Project, that is going to be finished in 2020. This design project, which comprises a number of major upgrades to the stately Greek Revival, will expand the museum’s public spaces by over 90,000 square feet.

 


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Lead by the incredible chef, Mark Tropea, Stir is the first Gehry-designed modern restaurant on the East Coast. The menu is made according to the season products that are locally bought. A few days before the opening, guests had the opportunity to try some of the top recipes of the menu, like scallops with crispy potatoes, a salad of grilled Jersey peaches and stracciatella cheese, and roasted Griggstown chicken.

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The statement piece of this contemporary restaurant is definitely the amazing ceiling artwork, called the aerial centerpiece. The undulating architectural form king, Gehry added a sculptural wood piece hanged above 76 quartzite tables and the sleek leather chairs in a rich maroon. The striking web in the fine dining restaurant‘s ceiling it’s a living proof that the architect isn’t afraid of bold design projects.

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Source:  Inside Frank Gehry’s New Restaurant

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