A Hospitality Brand Inspired by Kinship, Local Art, and Neighborhood Vibe
Chattanooga-based Vision Hospitality Group brought on Streetsense to create the global brand vision for its newest boutique lifestyle hospitality brand, Kinley. Kinley Hotels are part of Vision Hospitality Group’s new Humanist lifestyle portfolio that provides a contemporary approach to the hotel experience that is both warm and effortless.
Sun-Drenched Designs on a San Diego Island
Host Hotels + Resorts tasked Streetsense to renew the public spaces of Coronado Island Marriott Resort + Spa, one of Marriott’s premiere destinations on San Diego’s Coronado Island. Sun-drenched spaces with new free-spirited designs infuse a natural and restorative energy into the iconic bohemian coastal getaway.
Dreaming Big in Georgetown
Streetsense partnered with Chef Johnny Spero to craft the interiors of his modern American restaurant, Reverie, an exceptional culinary experience in a historic neighborhood.
Elevating the Food Experience at Aventura Mall
Turnberry Associates hired Streetsense to design a 40,000 SF food hall as part of its expansion of Aventura Mall.
Serving Up Hummus as the Main Event
Chefs Ronen Tenne and Nick Wiseman, inspired by their travels, partnered with Streetsense to create a fast-casual hummus shop that defies the norm.
Raising the Cocktail Bar Experience
Streetsense partnered with renowned mixologist Derek Brown to create the second generation of the Columbia Room, a nationally acclaimed cocktail bar that originated in a Washington, DC storage room.
Creating a Forward-Looking Throwback Concept
Streetsense was tapped by Chef Michael Schlow to concept, brand, and design The Riggsby, an eclectic American restaurant with a nostalgic dining experience evocative of fine dining during the 1940’s.
Bringing Hong Kong’s Market Magic to Blagden Alley
Recognizing the unique opportunity to bring a distinctively Hong Kong experience to DC’s Blagden Alley, Nathan Beauchamp and Greg Algie partnered with Streetsense to bring their vision to life.
A Two-Story Gem Serving Japanese Fare in Two Formats
Streetsense was approached to create two distinctive restaurants in one location — a more casual ramen shop on the lower level and full-service Japanese izakaya upstairs.
Making Waves with a Waterfront Oyster Bar and Rosé Garden
A 35-foot glass façade floods the 40-seat dining room with natural light and illuminates a custom mural crawling with sea creatures. With a raised, 20-seat oyster bar as its centerpiece, the restaurant also features an outdoor patio — dubbed the Rosé Garden — allowing diners to enjoy seafood towers and libations while taking in views of the Anacostia River. Not to be left out, the restrooms are adorned with playful pufferfish.
Creating a Classic Pizzeria with Creative Pies
Streetsense teamed up with the owners of Red Hen and Boundary Stone to design All Purpose, a neighborhood Italian-American restaurant focusing on pizza and antipasti.
A 21st Century Speakeasy at the Four Seasons
H&S Properties engaged Streetsense to vision and design a top-of-market food and beverage concept that would stand out within the Harbor East culinary scene.