John Horner Photography © John Horner

BanQ gets its name from its location in the former Penny Savings Bank, which had been abandoned years earlier. The architects saw promise and a new life for this small, but sturdy structure. Customers enter through a double hung bronze door to an elegant full bar.  Beyond the bar is the dining area, substantial in both size and design. Plyboo Neopolitan was used extensively on this project for the bar area, dining booths, seating and tabletops. Neopolitan flooring was also used to play against the wild ceiling structure.

Boston, Massachusetts
Office dA, Inc

Download PDF format

See more details about the products:

LEED Credits: 
IEQc4.4: Low Emitting Materials (plywood) IEQc4.3: Low Emitting Materials (flooring) MRc6: Rapidly Renewable Materials MRc7: Certified Wood CA Section 01350: Passed Other: No added urea formaldehyde