For All Things Good

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Restaurant, Café, Molino
Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, NY, 2020

For All Things Good is a Mexican café nestled into the corner of a quaint block in a bustling Brooklyn neighborhood. Patrons descend three steps from the street and find themselves submersed in a volume that is equal parts wood and white: everything below the sidewalk level is finished in wood, while all the finishes from the preceding café—a neighborhood fixture—are maintained but ghosted in white paint. A bright red sinuous concrete is perched on top of a terracotta base to punctuate the muted two-tone palette.

Featured in Eater, Gothamist, and Time Out New York

Collaborators — Konstantina Gavalas, Gregory MacAvoy
Photography — Andrew Fu

Axonometric view
Floor plan
Sectional detail of bar
Copper detailing warms the space throughout.
The vaulted ceiling of the dining area is at once elegant and playful.
There is a “living room” off the bar where patrons can wait for their tables.
Large operable windows suggest a standard stud wall.
Large operable windows suggest a standard stud wall.
Large operable windows suggest a standard stud wall.