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Tremont 647

Chef/owner Andy Husbands’ only design direction was the restaurant’s motto: “fun, funky and professional.”  30E design developed a clean, elegant and contemporary interior that centered on a tattoo-based graphic and expanded bar. The first order of business was to remove much of the late ‘90s-inspired décor. By removing some of the existing elaborate architecture and simplifying rather than adding to the design, 30E design created a neighborhood restaurant with a modernist feeling. 

This graphic is a contemporary and maybe ironic re-interpretation of the classic “toile de jouy.”  The subject matter of this toile is food-related tattoos, inspired by the many tattoos of chef /owner Andy Husbands.

Tattoo Toile Project

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