This multi-million dollar makeover transformed Bobby’s Flay’s much-admired Mesa Grill, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, into the celebrity chef’s first Italian restaurant, Amalfi by Bobby Flay.
Amalfi remodeled an original footprint of close to 9,000 square feet with a blend of coastal ease and fresh, bright flavors and the promise of four new spaces, creating a bar and lounge, main dining room, the “market room,” and a private dining area.
New York City's Tribeca neighborhood is known for its spacious residences in large, renovated industrial buildings, and its iconic cobblestone streets.
The home's design marries the architecture classicism of the historic building with swooping lines in the furniture and lighting to create an airy balance.
In Los Angeles, blending indoors seamlessly with outdoors is key. This modern West Hollywood home in the Bird Streets is peaceful, elegant and fit for a chef.
The furniture and lighting was inspired by the home's architecture; a blend of clean and contemporary lines with a mid-century subtlety.
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