Tag: teak wood

Tag: teak wood

Sustainable Tiny House Featuring Indoteak Design

Tiny Houses are nothing new. But creating a sustainable version takes a bit of engineering and commitment. See how Travis Burke went from rambling nomad to world famous photographer and Tiny Home advocate.

Travis started his professional photography career after getting his grandmothers van in 2014, rebuilding it for a year on the road, living the “van life.” Always a tremendous athlete, Burke had an eye for nature and wanted to create a new path for himself. That path lead all over the United States where he would stop along the way and document his surroundings for his clients and social media followers.

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Pier 17 NYC Rooftop Plaza Project

New York City is about to gain one of the most anticipated new venues in recent decades. The reintroduction of the legendary Pier 17.

“The Seaport District is New York’s original commercial hub, located on the East River in Lower Manhattan with unparalleled views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty and the city skyline. It is currently being revitalized by The Howard Hughes Corporation and will encompass seven buildings on several city blocks totaling more than 400,000 square feet of cutting-edge culinary, fashion, entertainment and cultural experiences, set to open in 2018.”

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Indoteak Design Client Profile: WeWork Offices

New York City. The name conjours images of Broadway, hipsters, architecture that tickles the sky and, most of all, business. If you are young, driven and looking to make your mark in the business world, you will most likely spend some years in New York pursuing your goals and dreams.

The flip side to the masses who make the pilgrimage to the city, is the shocking lack of living space that is anywhere close to affordable. Stories of studio apartments fetching $2500 a month are real. Young professionals had an equally hard time trying to post up at coffee shops to bootleg the free wifi. Lucky for them, WeWork opened a beautiful office space right in the heart of the city.

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Indoteak Design Project Spotlight: Monaco Drive Gym & Spa

Some homes exude a different level of design, elegance and beauty. The Monaco Dr. residence, designed by The KAA Design Group, was a challenging hillside project that tasked the designers with an unusual layout for a new pool and gym complex for an existing home. Not many people can boast about having a 6,000 square foot gym and spa area tucked below their existing tennis court. This property design does well at preserving the surrounding landscape, keeping the secluded vibe of the topography. While it’s independent of the tennis court structure above, the new spa houses workout facilities, an Olympic lap pool, steam room, spa baths and lounge.

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Tesse x Indoteak Design: LA Eatery Makes Waves

Stunning is all we can say when we are asked about the project that has helped the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles glean a little of its shine back. Designed by Alexis Readinger of Preen, Inc.

Tesse, whose name is from the French word délicatesse, is a high-end yet relaxed space that blends modern comfort with the style and soul of reclaimed teak that are lining the ceilings of the main floor. The earthy space on the Sunset Strip clocks in at 6000 square feet of peaceful serenity.

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Wayan- Indonesian Restaurant Opens In NYC

Indonesia is a very special place. The humid air is filled with the sounds of birds and the smell of pungent spices wafting from the small warungs lining the tight traffic filled streets. The sheer beauty of the landscape paired with the wonderful people of the country have made it a favorite destination for traveling surfers and adventurers for decades. It’s the perfect inspiration for highly anticipated restaurant-Wayan NYC.

The same can be said for the owner of the New York City Restaurant “Wayan” that opened this week in Manhattan.

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Ketch Grill & Portside Coffee & Gelato- Point Loma CA

Located in the coastal community of Point Loma in San Diego, CA, Ketch Grill & Tap is the latest great eatery on offer from the Brigantine family of restaurants. The owners are Mike and Barb Morton and they also own Miguel’s Mexican Cocinas, Zocalo’ in Old Town, Miguelito’s Sala de Artes y Comer and the new Steakhouse at Azul in La Jolla — as well as 12 different locations including their famed Brigantine restaurants.

Besides having incredible food offered at each location, the secret is good locations, great service and inviting decor. The new Ketch Grill & Tap is another feather in the cap of the Mortons.

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Indoteak Design Featured in Meyer-Davis Designed Hotel

Chicago is a wonderful town to visit. While Fall may its most stunning time of year, with the lake looking like an ocean and people out and about all over town, It holds a dear place in the depths of winter as well. Lake Shore Drive buried in snow and people walking briskly down Wacker… “Chi-Town” has to be experienced to understand the energy it emits.

Conference-goers have been accustomed to the finest hotels that line the canal all the way to Navy Pier. The Swiss Hotel was a favorite for many years and now the splashy new “W” Hotel by Marriott, designed by the geniuses at Meyer Davis, sits high upon that list.

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BO-beau Restaurant Long Beach Ca Features Reclaimed Teak Barn Wood

The Cohn Group of Restaurants, owner of BO-beau in Long Beach, CA- is a San Diego based group that owns some of the finest eateries in Southern California. For over 33 years, David and Lesley Cohn have made it their mission to elevate the San Diego dining experience to new levels. From their humble start owning a small diner in 1981, Cohn Restaurant Group has grown tremendously and now owns 24 restaurants throughout Southern California.

“We’re big fans of Indoteak Design & their reclaimed teak products. Their vision aligns with our design intent.” -Phillip Beltran, Designer Cohn Group of Restaurants

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Chef Bobby Flay New Las Vegas Restaurant -Shark

Flays new Shark restaurant is a huge part of the The Palms impressive make-over. The Station Casinos’ principals Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta, have taken a hands-on approach to the resort’s $690 million renovation. Look no further than “Shark” to see what we mean.

The legendary super-chef Bobby Flay is opening his first new restaurant in five years and as he says, “My first high-end restaurant in 15 years.” Opening on April 1 2019, “Shark” restaurant in the Palms is an all out love letter to all things seafood.

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