Blog

Raising The Bar with Next Step Design

Posted by Krowne on Oct 07, 2021 9:20:23 AM

nsd
Next Step Design is best known for their work in world-class restaurants, high-end hotels, resorts, and cutting-edge workplace dining. They translate the ideas of forward-thinking architects, designers, chefs, and operators into spaces with consistent, high-quality food preparation delivered with efficiency. We were able to speak with Linda Callahan, a project Director, at Next Step Design to gain some perspective on her design process and what details she thinks are overlooked when designing a bar.

Topics: Bar, Bar Design


Raising The Bar with SCOPOS

Posted by Krowne on Aug 30, 2021 4:17:32 PM

scopos2
SCOPOS Hospitality Group is the premier hospitality consulting firm that specializes in designing, programming, branding, and operational support services in the food service industry. They are constantly bringing new concepts to life as they surpass what is thought to be possible for bar design. We were able to speak with Andrey Teleguz, Principal, Matt Schuler, Dir. of Culinary Development and Vanessa Teleguz, Marketing/Media Cor. to get some insight on their own process and partnership with Krowne.

Topics: Bar, Bar Design


A Conversation with Sean Kenyon

Posted by Krowne on Apr 30, 2021 10:56:39 AM

Krowne Ambassador - Sean Kenyon
This is the second in a series of discussions with Krowne Ambassadors, bartenders across the country partnering with us on layout and design.

Topics: Bartender, Bar


A Conversation with Troy Clarke

Posted by Krowne on Jun 03, 2020 1:44:48 PM

This is the first in a series of discussions with Krowne Ambassadors, bartenders across the country partnering with us on layout and design consulting, equipment design and functionality, custom high-end bar tools, education and more.

Topics: Bartender, Bar


Electronic Sensor Faucets Help Reopen America

Posted by Krowne on Jun 02, 2020 2:53:03 PM

Touchless Faucets are becoming the new norm in a systematic shift to touch free across all industries.
The Electronic Sensor Faucet is not a new product, but as COVID-19 has placed a spotlight on hygiene and hand-washing practices, this product, long used in commercial bathrooms to conserve water and maintain cleanliness, is helping America reopen. Right now we are seeing a major shift to touch-free faucets in every application in all sorts of commercial establishments including schools, hospitals, bars, restaurants, hotels, office buildings, etc.

With social distancing measures in place, and an extra emphasis on sanitation and cleanliness in play, now, more than ever, it makes sense to switch to totally touchless electronic faucets.

Topics: Faucets


add chat to your website