At the new Santa Monica location, they took cues from Ruth Asawa—the legendary Japanese-American sculptor—by scattering woven Nama pendant lanterns by Ay illuminate throughout.  Photo 4 of 9 in A Popular Burger Joint Flaunts Its Roots With the Help of a Design Collective
The bar at the Santa Monica location features crackled ceramic tile from Heath Ceramics. It’s shown here in a layered, glazed finish in chalk and gun metal.  Photo 6 of 9 in A Popular Burger Joint Flaunts Its Roots With the Help of a Design Collective
The graphics team at Project M Plus created street-inspired décollage wall art for  both locations. Made popular by artists François Dufrene, Jacques Villeglé, and Raymond Hains, this technique is done by layering posters on top of each other, and then tearing away layers to reveal what’s below. This piece (at the Santa Monica location) is inspired by Japanese graphics and slang and incorporates vintage postcards.  Photo 5 of 9 in A Popular Burger Joint Flaunts Its Roots With the Help of a Design Collective
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