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Elliott + Associates Architects | RePUBlic Gastropub

Architecture Elliott + Associates Architects | RePUBlic Gastropub

You asked for the “coolest sports bar in America”. We have created just that! Our concept is developed around the “spirit of sport”.

There is: power and grace, strong muscular qualities, a place with spectacle where you can cheer our team on with all your friends, a place for a comfortable, memorable dinner with signature food and beverage.

This is a great place to hang out.

Central focus is 200” projection screen and 103” plasmas with 42” eye level LCDs for bar patrons.  2 story beer cooler and beer bottle display, Bar for 30 patrons, BubbleWall Seating for 171 – 88 in booths and 53 at tables and chairs, seating for 16 on the outdoor patio, Patio as an outdoor room with 4 plasma TVs and fans built-in to the TV enclosure.

Eight foot Nellie Stevens hedge provides a sun and wind break and makes the patio more of a surprise for patrons. Booths are paperstone with coarse leather seats and white oak wood tables.

Floor is dark grey marble terrazzo using a dark grey matrix. Ceiling is painted exposed steel structure and metal deck with suspended sound panels.

Bar is copper, top and face, with a steel plate footrest and soft downlight from under bar.  South accent wall is the bubble wall.

Separation walls at bar and booths are paperstone.  Kitchen wall is paperstone.

Multi-color LED lighting in corridor to toilets.

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Architects: Elliott + Associates Architects
Project Team:
Rand Elliott, FAI
Brad Buser, Assoc. AIA, LEED A
Client: Withheld
Completed: March 2010
Surface Area: 6,263 sqft, (5,357 ground floor + 906 mezzanine)
Photographer: Scott McDonald, Hedrich Blessing
 
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