Although I am completely over the reclaimed wood look, there’s no denying that it’s quite lovable. It’s especially lovable in the interior design for Honor Society, a healthy eatery in Denver, Colorado. Beyond some of the overused elements of the interior are moments of greatness. For instance, the oil drum pendants add a note of industrial chic to the experience, and the classic pressed tin ceiling is an unexpected element that skews the interiors into a classic vibe. Honor Society’s signage and environmental graphic elements make the space sing in ways that don’t bludgeon a patron, but add to the aesthetic instead.
Designed by Rowland Broughton Architecture