nonesuch midtown

project team

fitzsimmons architects
day one concepts
modus construction


The Nonesuch project was the expansion of an existing restaurant into adjacent tenant space, creating a new private dining room with “hidden” access. To create a warm and intimate space, engineered wood was installed on the floors, walls, and ceiling. The room is encapsulated by a pair of natural oak shells that never quite touch, balancing sensations of tension and calm. Hot rolled steel was used to create the bar area. Concealed light fixtures in the cove areas provide effective yet minimal lighting.