Collection by Allie Weiss

Restaurants and Bars by Brooklyn Studio hOmE

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Brooklyn design studio hOmE, run by brothers Evan and Oliver Haslegrave, is the duo behind a number of beloved restaurants, bars, and retail spaces in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Their projects are united by a simple material palette—wood, tile, and stone abound—paired with geometric touches and elegant lighting. Oliver will join us at Dwell on Design NY on October 9 to chat about how the firm has developed a marketable design aesthetic. Click through the slideshow to see some of the duo's spaces, and buy your tickets to the show here.

Brooklyn bar Tørst is a wood-lined space with custom, textured wall paneling and communal seating.
Picnic-style tables give the space a subtle geometry.
Well-lit cocktail bar Ramona opened in the Greenpoint neighborhood in Brooklyn at the beginning of the year.
Subway tile-clad booths are the focal point of Goat Town restaurant in Manhattan.
Cherry Izakaya restaurant in Brooklyn features an intricate wood tapestry ceiling.
Alameda's centerpiece is a circular bar with a poured-concrete top.
A custom light hangs from the beveled plaster ceiling.
Hear more about hOmE's designs at Dwell on Design NY on October 9.
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