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West coast of a different kind inspires So L.A Glasgow diner

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November 28 2018

West coast of a different kind inspires So L.A Glasgow diner

Mosaic Architecture + Design has dished up its latest interior design for restaurant group Rusk & Rusk with a £1m commission at Glasgow’s Mitchell Street.

So L.A. offers diners a themed interior inspired by Los Angeles, drawing inspiration from classic American mid-century diners with an abundance of curved booths complemented by an industrial aesthetic driven by the use of concrete, aged wood, leather and blackened steel - complete with rivets and bolts.

A basement level below the restaurant provides an event and function space dubbed ‘The White Box’, which seeks to impart the feel of a modern art gallery or warehouse.

Interior fittings such as joinery, glazed screens lights and door handles were designed in collaboration with co-founders James and Louise Rusk.
 

So L.A. follows Mosaic's previous work at Hutcheson’s City Grill, The 158 Club Lounge and The Spanish Butcher
So L.A. follows Mosaic's previous work at Hutcheson’s City Grill, The 158 Club Lounge and The Spanish Butcher

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