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Situated in the Eastlake area of Seattle, Washington, the 2,400-square-foot Mammoth Cafe/Bar was designed by New York-based architecture firm Kalos Eidos, to be a place where locals of all ages can visit for different reasons. They designed various elements to help divide up the space for eating, watching sports, or trying out their large selection of craft beers.
Mammoth cafe and craft beer bar in Seattle accommodates different social spaces: Mammoth occupies a 2,400-square-foot (223-square-metre) tenant space in the Eastlake area of Seattle. To separate the different uses, a combined white tiled counter and metal-topped bar was installed down the centre of the rectangular space. Taps for 48 different beers – routed from a lower level tap room – are mounted on the back wall. Each has a corresponding sign that can be swapped depending on what's on draught. The sandwich menu is printed onto a tiled column at the far end.
To create a sense of unity between the different areas, beige wall tiles, blonde wood tables and green metal stools feature throughout. "The overall material strategy served to unify multiple conjoined tenant spaces into a single, cohesive space," Kalos Eidos said.