I developed the design for this project in 3D Studio to give the client the best idea possible of how it would look. Most of the design process took place digitally. But details such as how the cabinets would join came later. Also, I had to revise the bases once I found my initial placement of the casters was unstable. The real adventure, however, was getting the granite tops. I ended up working in the granite shed, which is something I always wanted to do!
This mobile bar ensemble is composed of three units that separate for ease of movement. The removable bases hide 5" swivel casters. The casters in the rear are lockable. The end wings can rotate out to 180 degrees.
Materials are red oak and honed black absolute granite. Total length fully opened is over 14'
The central unit has two ice sinks and a speed rail. there is ample room for two bartenders
The end units separate and fold up for transport. Bases slip into or out of place to hide the wheels or allow mobility.
The intent was to match the color of the existing oak panelling in this marvelous historical building.