Interiors, Name Development, Art Installation, Branding, Menu Design, Custom Furniture & Lighting, Restaurant Collateral, Construction supervision, Staff training

Project Size: 1,400 SQ. FT.

Location: Dallas, TX

In the same spirit that the name CampO derives from the name camp side, CampO was inspired by the Mendoza region in South America. The restaurant’s design was inspired by the early country houses adorned with found material during the early 1940s in Argentina. Old barn wood pulled off of a Waco, Texas bar adorns the bottom of the modern bar silhouette. Custom tube lighting lay at angle towards different areas of the burlap surrounded dining room. Handcrafted custom chairs, designed with rustic oak, carry down with a perfect square bottom. Copper piping flows down from the ceiling to a controlled water flow slightly higher than the hand poured concrete sinks in the wash closets. The art installation manufactured by Coeval, such as the horizontal forks, knives and spoons pierced through a white wooden wall above the kitchen, brings curiosity to the diners.

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