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SKYLINE VILLAGE – RESTAURANT – CORONA, CALIFORNIA

Restaurants and Food Service
SKYLINE VILLAGE – RESTAURANT – CORONA, CALIFORNIA

Located within the Skyline Village Development in Corona, California, the design of the restaurant is based on the previously established architectural vocabulary of the Skyline Village Food Hall.  The conceptual idea behind the exterior design of the Food Hall is inspired by the historic packing houses prevalent in Corona and reinterpreted as a contemporary industrial warehouse setting.  Natural light spills into the interior spaces from the clerestory glass of the saw tooth roof bisecting the restaurant.  Exterior building materials of metal panel systems, full brick veneer, exposed steel frames support the concept while providing durable and low-maintenance building materials.

RESTAURANT SHELL BUILDING – 2,800 GSF

SEATING FOR FULL-SERVICE RESTAURANT

OUTDOOR MAIN PATIO SEATING –     36 SEATS

OUTDOOR FRONT PATIO SEATING –   22 SEATS

INDOOR SEATING –                                80 SEATS

TOTAL SEATING –                                  138 SEATS

This project was designed in conjunction with Alex Gentile of 

m+g DESIGN based in Mallorca, Spain. 

SITE PLAN - LANDSCAPE AND HARDSCAPE

SITE PLAN - LANDSCAPE AND HARDSCAPE

VIEW OF FRONT ENTRY

VIEW OF FRONT ENTRY

VIEW OF EXTERIOR DINING AREA

VIEW OF EXTERIOR DINING AREA

VIEW OF EXTERIOR DINING AREA

VIEW OF EXTERIOR DINING AREA