Burgerfi – Cary 2018-01-04T14:58:06-05:00

Project Description


A unique blend of materials, this design concept explodes with natural woods, multiple metals and polished concrete to create a raw fresh industrial setting to compliment the all natural craft burgers. Pushing the exterior facade wall slightly deeper into the tenant space creates a covered and protected outdoor dining space. With the use of storefront glazing and bi-fold glass door systems, the indoor and outdoor areas combine to flow freely from one to the other during those temperate Carolina days.

  • The firm’s initial restaurant project with this new franchisee combined two tenant spaces into a single 3,800 sf space
  • Client’s first exposure to the benefits of a single sourced Integrated Project Delivery
  • Rescued permitting delays by replacing corporate architect after being awarded construction contract
  • Southern yellow pine 2x4s and perforated metal panels trimmed with black metal angles make the interior wall finishes
  • Polished stained concrete floors, custom chromed meat hook chandeliers and a coated black metal service counter provide additional interior industrial themed elements
  • Black acoustical tiles sit atop perforated metal ceiling panels for the overhead ceiling system providing that industrial look and offering some acoustical value
  • Wood laminated micro beams, 6″ thick weighing 300-500 pounds set on wide flange column legs are used for community style dining options
  • Big Ass fans provide a combination of air movement, visual movement and enhanced industrial aesthetics