Through the building’s three-story façade Sho displays warm coloured Asian inspired doors.
Robert D. Henry Architects just finished the latest SHO Shaun Hergatt restaurant at 40 Broad Street in Manhattan, New York. The restaurant aims to “touch on all of the five senses” to create a full dining experience.
Guests pass through the building’s three-story façade by way of warm coloured Asian inspired doors. The granite and stonework floor “create a textural contrast” as diners enter the lobby area.
Sculptural elements and detailed latticework embellish the dining spaces. The restaurant’s five distinct dining environments are arranged as a sequence users must pass through. Guests dine informally around an infinity-edge pool, as reflections from its floating candles play upon the ceiling and a gentle cascade of water provides a soothing sound.
The interior space opens to reveal the main “dining cube,” which seats up to 16 guestsA wall of golden glass, gradated from opaque to translucent looks into the kitchen.picture credit from the designers website, as above.