Complete project with video and photographs for Warren Pieces skateboard company with Whitney Phillips and Matt Groom in Warren, VT.
Located in a former Laundromat, Vergennes Laundry in Vermont is an example of community enterprise at its best. Julianne Jones raised the seed money through Kickstarter and offers $500 memberships, redeemable in pastries.
Jones and her French husband, Didier Murat, opened Vergennes Laundry in 2010, creating an all-white interior featuring concrete, wood, and white-painted paneled walls that allow the food and the customers (and the wood-burning bread oven) to dictate the atmosphere. Jones was inspired by Scandinavian design when she created the interiors, "especially Aalto; and on the French side, Prouvé, Perriand, and le Corbusier (all through my architecture studies at Middlebury and in Copenhagen)." The bakery was built by hand: Murat made the counters, the cases, the shelving, and the wooden tables, while Jones' mother sewed the aprons and napkins out of rustic linen - From the Remodelista blog by Alexa Holtz.
Hen of the Wood
Hen of The Wood
Vermont's favorite restaurant, Hen of the Wood, in their new Burlington location. Serving seasonal American food celebrating the farms of Vermont and the northeast. They support local growers that practice environmentally sound agriculture and believe in showcasing the most vibrant foods of the season as well as wild edibles such as Hen of the Woods mushrooms.
Commercial work completed on location in Indianapolis, IN and Boston, MA for Finish Line.