What happens when four architects open a restaurant? The results have been on display since last fall at Public in NoLiTa. "We were really keen to apply the same kind of sensibility and attention to detail to something that we owned instead of always watching other people have a nice time with what we produced," says Public's Adam Farmerie, who's also part of NYC architecture firm Avro | Ko. All well and good, but what's up with the red arrows in the above schematic? One theory: places non-British patrons have been spotted. Others?
· Open Table [Metropolis]
· Avro|Ko [avroko.com]
· Public Website [public-NYC.com]