Style Inspiration: Concourse Restaurant Moderne

“Ask Denver restaurateur Lon Symensma why his Stapleton eatery, Concourse Restaurant Moderne, opened a few weeks later than expected last spring, and he’ll point up, to the dining room’s undulating wood-ribbed ceiling.

Comprising 70 rows of laser-cut, walnut-veneered wood, the ceiling took three weeks to assemble on site. Its graceful design, a physical representation of an invisible air current, is part of the restaurant’s subtle homage to its location: the former site of Stapleton International Airport.”

Style Inspiration: Concourse Restaurant Moderne