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Don's Seafood


Covington, LA

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Don's Seafood


Covington, LA

 
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CLIENT: DON'S SEAFOOD   LOCATION: COVINGTON, LA   CONTRACTORS: McMATH CONSTRUCTION


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Creating a tower design for a new entry way for an existing restaurant, while providing a distinct, eye catching appeal from the street, a solution for their interior seating renovation and arrangements, and additional waiting space for customers or those grabbing food to-go. How could a new entrance location and a fresh new look for the interior be within reach, while still providing the branding and tradition that Don’s Seafood has built?



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By working closely with Don’s Seafood owners and management staff, GLA was able to understand what makes Don’s Seafood unique through the exploration of their company culture and refreshed branding elements. GLA provided the restaurant the ability to stand out from the street by creating an eye-catching street presence to those passing the restaurant, in addition to a protected covered waiting space for customers, and a “Big Ass Fan” cooling element. Locating the tower in the front area provided an opportunity to relocate the accessible parking from the rear of the building to the new entrance by the tower. From the entrance tower in the building, GLA provided a more pronounced hostess stand area that incorporated Don’s Seafood branding and graphics while providing additional seating for waiting. The design then flows into the dining area, creating new booths and dining seating areas while incorporating branding elements, as well as showcasing Don’s history, memorabilia and merchandise.


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Ole Saint Boomtown


Ole Saint Boomtown


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CLIENT: OLE SAINT



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Design a new concept for a restaurant that will be located within a Gulf Coast Casino in Mississippi.  Our client engaged our design services to establish a new identity that reflected the Urban Gastro Pub in which this New Orleans based restaurant is known for. The challenge included an extremely rigorous design & construction timeline that required the design team to design while construction was already underway and trades were being coordinated on site. 


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While paying very close attention to cost, scheduling and availability of materials, lighting & furnishings, we needed to stay true to the new identity that was created for this restaurant concept.  With our rigorous timeline and budget set forth, we spared no expense to the level of detail that was created for this new restaurant concept. Our solution evokes a feeling that urban gastro pubs are known for, with seamlessly coordinated exposed brick, industrial lighting & furnishings. The entire team worked very cohesively and efficiently to arrive at the solution presented.

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Walk-On's Northshore.


Covington, LA

Walk-On's Northshore.


Covington, LA

 
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CLIENT: WALK-ON'S CORPORATE   LOCATION: COVINGTON, LA   CONTRACTORS: ARKEL CONSTRUCTORS


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As a Baton Rouge based restaurant, Walk-On’s clearly showcases is local pride not only in its menu, but in its culture and design. To take this model out of Baton Rouge and fit it into a community that does not have any universities was difficult. The northshore also has a growing population of millennials, who were all looking for a hang out. Greenleaf Lawson Architects took on the challenge addressing these issues, as well as assisting in site selection.



Greenleaf Lawson Architects customized the “athlete wall” to include local teams. Being that Covington does not have a University, we included images from Southeastern University, LSU, and the Saints. We also have an entire section dedicated to the local high schools in the area. By adding an “Upper Deck” outdoor space with TV’s, a Bar, and Exterior lounge furniture, Walk-On’s has fulfilled the need of the local community to come together and watch their favorite games.

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Tchefuncta Country Club Golf Training Facility.


Covington, LA

Tchefuncta Country Club Golf Training Facility.


Covington, LA

 
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CLIENT: TCHEFUNCTA COUNTRY CLUB  LOCATION: COVINGTON, LA   CONTRACTORS: MCMATH CONSTRUCTION



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Tchefuncta Country Club's  state of the at training facility is located near the driving range within the Country Club. Greenleaf Lawson Architects designed the indoor-outdoor facility with operable garage doors, 12 camera utilized to film and analyze a golfer's swing, as well as five putting cups on the floor with synthetic grass.


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Dat Dog Prototype


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CLIENT: DAT DOG 




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TerraBella Village Pool Pavilion.


Covington, LA

TerraBella Village Pool Pavilion.


Covington, LA

 
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CLIENT: TERRABELLA GROUP  LOCATION: TERRABELLA VILLAGE, COVINGTON, LA   CONTRACTORS: BROADMOOR, LLC


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TerraBella Village, a traditional neighborhood development (commonly referred to as a TND) located in Covington, LA, challenged our team to design and produce documents for an amenity that could service the residents yet remain flexible for use in alternative ways.




The design followed established design guidelines for a seamless integration into the fabric of the development, complied with the budget and provided residents a space for leisure swim as well as competitive swim.  Residents will soon be able to enjoy the pool, gardens, and adjacent open-air pavilion beginning Summer 2018.

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Tophers.


Hattiesburg, MS

Tophers.


Hattiesburg, MS

 
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CLIENT: AIN'T LIFE GRAND INVESTMENTS   LOCATION: HATTIESBURG, MS



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Topher's collaborated with Greenleaf Lawson Architects on a rustic industrial design, while incorporating existing large pains of glass for an open feel. Seating accommodates over 50 people inside, while an open-air covered patio seats up to 24, with a drive-thru. 


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Pat Gallagher's 527 Restaurant and Bar.


Mandeville, LA

Pat Gallagher's 527 Restaurant and Bar.


Mandeville, LA

 
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CLIENT: CHEF PAT GALLAGHER   LOCATION: MANDEVILLE, LA   CONTRACTORS: MCMATH CONSTRUCTION


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Greenleaf Lawson Architects assisted in space planning directly for Chef Gallagher to help reach his goal of seating 70 diners. The design included a private room, full service bar and "to go" pick up location near the main entrance. Design solutions were cost effective and handled in a timely manner as budget and his eagerness to open the doors drove much of the project. The complete renovation to an existing building near the foot of The Causeway Bridge opened in July of 2015, ahead of schedule, with intentions to attract residents south of the I-12 corridor.  With the help of McMath Construction, the restaurant was completed quickly and within budget.


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Foosackly's.


PENSACOLA, FL

Foosackly's.


PENSACOLA, FL

 
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CLIENT: FOOSACKLY'S CHICKEN FINGERS   LOCATION: PENSACOLA, FL


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Centrally located in Alabama, Foosackly's has recently extended it's chain into the Florida region. Greenleaf Lawson Architects was hired as the architect for it's Pensacola location in order to align their physical space with the character of the company. Improving it's aesthetic in order to drive customers for more than just the food, minimal exterior refinements were made, along with a redesign of the interior. Interior improvements include a focus on a variety of seating types to appeal to all customers, in addition to clever wall graphics to keep it fresh and fun.




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