The Edenwald Café hadn’t undergone a renovation since its initial construction nearly 20 years prior. The revamped café now features a coffee shop with grab-and-go food options, as well as a pizza station. The pre-existing salad bar, deli, and hot entrée service areas were entirely reworked to make the space more open and user-friendly. Fresh, local foods are now the focus of this 4,790 square foot café, which was designed with rustic finishes to create an urban farmer’s market feel. Decorative chandeliers and pendants were selected to accentuate this design concept. Reese Hackman provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, lighting, and technology systems design services for this $1.7 million reinvention.
Photography by Nathan Cox