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The Craftsman by Two Brothers

Location: Naperville, IL

Project Type: Cafe, Restaurant, Craft Cocktail Lounge

Completion: September 2016

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Restaurant architects for the Chicagoland area

Elements Architectural Group is deeply committed to client vision, refined architectural philosophy and striking restaurant architecture. Our commercial architects design, develop and give life to rhapsodic restaurant designs to nurture interpersonal connection. In every project, we endeavor toward innovation in layout, composition and aesthetic, endlessly striving for ingenuity our restaurant-building projects.

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When restaurant owners choose Elements, they’re more than a client — they’re a partner. Through active, continual conversation, we unearth and nurture design potential, resulting in enduring architectural feats exceeding every expectation. Each project is a constant, evolving dialogue between your restaurant designer, your restaurant and you.  

Let’s start a conversation; contact us today for a consultation.

 

Restaurant feature: The Craftsman in Naperville, Illinois

Two Brothers Brewing Company opened The Craftsman in 2016 in Naperville, IL. Elements Architectural Group's in-house architecture, interiors and branding services were exercised to elevate and illuminate the Two Brothers brand, and meet the demands of a tight schedule. Two Brothers hired us to not only create a destination where customers can experience the full range of their products — with a market cafe on the first floor, a farm-to-table modern tavern on the second and a craft cocktail lounge on the third— but also a sustainable design reflecting the Brother’s commitment to eco-friendly practices. This project is pending the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design award, category Gold.

We encourage you to visit the building for its wonderfully crafted menu, though the architecture is a feast of its own. We used a material palette of reclaimed douglas fir, blackened steel, exposed brick and glass to create a refined rustic, yet inviting setting.

Cheers.

Questions? Contact Elements Architectural Group today for a consultation.

 

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