T MAGAZINE; The New York Times A RESTAURANT IN HARLEM WHERE EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN. by Pilar Viladas EXCERPT: We can all agree on the value of reuse, repurposing, recycling, upcycling. But too often in interior design projects, these processes are treated as ends rather than means, with results that are usually more earnest than elegant. At Vinateria, a Harlem restaurant that opened in April, almost every material has had a previous life (or lives), but that’s not what you notice about the room. Instead, you see a subtle layering of color and form and sophisticated details. Yes, the design is environmentally friendly. But above all, Vinatería is chic.

T MAGAZINE; The New York Times

A RESTAURANT IN HARLEM WHERE EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN.

by Pilar Viladas

EXCERPT:

We can all agree on the value of reuse, repurposing, recycling, upcycling. But too often in interior design projects, these processes are treated as ends rather than means, with results that are usually more earnest than elegant. At Vinateria, a Harlem restaurant that opened in April, almost every material has had a previous life (or lives), but that’s not what you notice about the room. Instead, you see a subtle layering of color and form and sophisticated details. Yes, the design is environmentally friendly. But above all, Vinatería is chic.

METROPOLIS MAGAZINE FULL HOUSE Metropolis Magazine asked Salty Labs and three other design firms to imagine the twenty-first century multigenerational home. The Salty Labs contribution can be seen here.

METROPOLIS MAGAZINE

FULL HOUSE

Metropolis Magazine asked Salty Labs and three other design firms to imagine the twenty-first century multigenerational home. The Salty Labs contribution can be seen here.

ELLE DECOR ITALIA VINATERIA, UN RISTORANTE BAR A NEW YORK by Eugenio Cirmi

ELLE DECOR ITALIA

VINATERIA, UN RISTORANTE BAR A NEW YORK

by Eugenio Cirmi

REMODELISTA HARLEM'S MOST FASHIONABLE RESTAURANT? by Julie Carlson  

REMODELISTA

HARLEM'S MOST FASHIONABLE RESTAURANT?

by Julie Carlson

 

FLINT AND KENT NOTEBOOK VINATERIA: A RESTAURANT IN HARLEM WHERE EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN  

FLINT AND KENT NOTEBOOK

VINATERIA: A RESTAURANT IN HARLEM WHERE EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN

 

HARLEM + BESPOKE BLOG BEST NEW INTERIOR 2013 EXCERPT: ...acknowledgement of the past in an unexpected modern way is the reason why Vinateria is the obvious Bespoke choice for most updated space in Harlem for the year.  

HARLEM + BESPOKE BLOG

BEST NEW INTERIOR 2013

EXCERPT:

...acknowledgement of the past in an unexpected modern way is the reason why Vinateria is the obvious Bespoke choice for most updated space in Harlem for the year.

 

HARLEM+BESPOKE BLOG VINATERIA OPENS TONIGHT...  

HARLEM+BESPOKE BLOG

VINATERIA OPENS TONIGHT...

 

WE HEART HARLEM RENAISSANCE: UPCYCLING AND ENVIRONMENT ARE CORNERSTONES OF VINTAGE VENUE By Rob Wilkes EXCERPT: The 1940s bar, reconditioned chairs and table bases are all great examples of the wisdom of age. The odd chair left in its natural condition highlights the heritage of the venue and bridges the divide between the past and the present...

WE HEART

HARLEM RENAISSANCE: UPCYCLING AND ENVIRONMENT ARE CORNERSTONES OF VINTAGE VENUE

By Rob Wilkes

EXCERPT:

The 1940s bar, reconditioned chairs and table bases are all great examples of the wisdom of age. The odd chair left in its natural condition highlights the heritage of the venue and bridges the divide between the past and the present...

LIVEGREEN BLOG VINATERIA, A GREAT-LOOKING, SUSTAINABLE RESTAURANT IN HARLEM, NEW YORK By Christiane Burklein   EXCERPT: Great-looking and sustainable – two perfect words to describe Vinatería in Uptown Manhattan. It has only been open since April but it’s already one of NYC’s hot spots. Obviously because of the fine dining experience if offers, but also due to its interior design concept.

LIVEGREEN BLOG

VINATERIA, A GREAT-LOOKING, SUSTAINABLE RESTAURANT IN HARLEM, NEW YORK

By Christiane Burklein

 

EXCERPT:

Great-looking and sustainable – two perfect words to describe Vinatería in Uptown Manhattan. It has only been open since April but it’s already one of NYC’s hot spots. Obviously because of the fine dining experience if offers, but also due to its interior design concept.