Queensyard

6,000 SF Restaurant Fit-Out 

Hospitality
Restaurant Fit-Out

Located in the newly opened Hudson Yards development, Queensyard is an all-day dining destination guided by the historic memory of Hudson Yard’s use as a rail yard, which has been interpreted in a modern way. Programmatically, the space includes an all-day café/evening wine bar, a raised main bar and kitchen (casual dining) area, main dining room and private dining room. Design details and a variety of seating distinguish each space while the open plan creates a cohesive dining experience. Allusions to the restaurant’s British origins are woven into the design and include the bar area’s crafted wood ceiling, referential to pub ceilings in the UK, and the main dining area’s hand painted ceiling that alludes to the plaster work seen in great 16th century British Manor homes. A highlight of the design is the incorporation of art throughout the space, making witty reference to British icons, British history and British artists, reinforcing the brand concept while elevating the dining experience in each space. Two large murals, commissioned by American Artist Sarah Moore, flank the dining area, paying homage to the history of British landscape painting with a modern twist. Additional artwork includes painting, photography, print work and sculpture, creating an interesting, visually rich environment that rewards close attention and encourages repeat visits.

Project Details
Location 5 Hudson Yards NYC
Type Hospitality / Food & Beverage
Year 2021
Architect Centra Ruddy
Size 8,000 sq. ft.