Black Hogg

by 1 | March 06, 1970 | 0 Comments

The initial design challenge at Black Hogg was to mitigate the difficult acoustical properties of the space. Through the addition of a custom wall system and upholstered seats, the ambient noise of the restaurant was greatly reduced. The wall is surfaced in two-inch white oak plywood strips that obscure one inch of v-wedge acoustic foam. Four LED Hood Lights anchor the space. Clapboard bar detail and flea market mirrors. Silverlake, Los Angeles, CA

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