Farmers Fishers Bakers, a 9,700squarefoot Washington, DC restaurant, turns rustic design on its head, introducing a thoughtful and playful farm concept that reimagines the farmtotable dining experience. via
While there are a lot of folksy touches throughout Farmers Fishers Bakers, there is a thoughtful purpose to the materials, colors, and textures chosen. For instance, old reclaimed barn wood was implemented into the design not only for its beauty and sustainability, but also, for its durability. One of the more unusual materials found are old tractor tires that act as wallcoverings and double as a sound absorption material in the dining room. The design clearly and seamlessly combines form, function, and creativity offering a refreshing perspective on the all too common farmtotable design aesthetic.