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Combining a contemporary design with a hint of natural elegance, the team at Rowland & Broughton Architecture for Crave Kitchen in Basalt, CO used beautiful woods, customized lighting fixtures and Caesarstone’s stunning Desert Limestone: 2200 quartz surfaces to create a warm, inviting atmosphere for the ultra-swank eatery.

Working with more than 2,000 square feet, Colorado-based design firm Rowland & Broughton Architecture and Urban Design joined the architects at Lipkin Warner to create a space that reflected the high-end clientele, while also maintaining a friendly atmosphere that is common for restaurants, shops and hotels in the tiny snow-capped, mountain town. The work by Rowland & Broughton and Lipkin Warner didn’t go unnoticed, as the restaurant received a prestigious Interior Design Award from ASID Colorado for Hospitality for the eye-catching design.




As the team behind Crave Kitchen’s design, Rowland & Broughton Architecture and Urban Design has provided bespoke interiors and innovative solutions for clients throughout Colorado for a decade, placing a sophisticated meets traditional stamp on regional mountain, resort, and modern urban designs.




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