Hospitality
Restaurant Interior Design and Architecture by Elsy Studios

Scott's on Alpine Restaurant

When an old friend, Doug Scott, called Elsy to help open his brand new restaurant, we jumped at the chance. This remodel proves that great design doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag. We gave the space a completely new look while reusing existing materials to save on cost and waste. Existing booths were repainted and re-upholstered. The floorplan was reimagined to fit the new concept, but we managed to keep the bar in the same space.
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Salon and Spa Interior Design and Architecture by Elsy Studios

Glosshouz

Elsy Studios worked closely with Glosshouz’s owner to design a space that easily facilitated an entire day of activities at the spa – from socializing over cocktails and mani-pedis to getting treatments with friends in the specially designed room for private parties to enjoying a relaxing massage in a tranquil treatment room to getting a blow-out.
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Interior Design, Denver, Colorado Fast/Casual Restaurant Flagship Store

Quiznos Grill

Quiznos was on the hunt for an upscale vibe while they break into a new market. Elsy Studios was brought on to implement a new concept restaurant, starting with a high-detail flagship location in Downtown Denver. The new fast-casual restaurant features complex color-changing lighting, custom fit-to-suite millwork pieces, and top- of-the-line kitchen equipment.
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Interior Design, Vail, Colorado: Inspirato Member Lounge

Inspirato Member Lounge

Elsy Studios designed Inspirato’s flagship member lounge in the resort town of Vail, Colorado taking inspiration from New York social clubs, but with a more relaxed Après ski sensibility. Despite the tight timeline, the design and construction team completed the project on time with a number of custom-built elements.
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Design Firm Architecture: Denver, Colorado

JerryBuilt Homegrown Burgers

When JerryBuilt Homegrown Burgers approached us with the notion for a better burger joint, the concept was simple: The customer needs to know there is MEAT in this building! So we did just that by slicing a 30-foot neon bull through the structure, boldly announcing exactly what’s for dinner at JerryBuilt.
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