The Pinery is Orlando’s freshest upscale restaurant due to open in Fall. Hosted in the new nine-story high-rise Ivanhoe Village, The Pinery promises to offer “Florida-fresh cuisine” in a 4,200 square foot, 150-seat space of thematic history.
Named for the “Ivanhood” neighborhood’s 1885 pineapple farm origins on Lake Ivanhoe, the innovative restaurant is a project of design firm Blue Sky Studios, known for projects such as Hard Rock Park and Crowne Plaza Orlando. The history inspired all phases of design, from shocking new uses of old materials, integral repurposed materials, and pineapple-related color and texture.
Green glass mosaic tile, an antique screen from a former Orlando bank, and unfinished brass pipes add an elegant historical-industrial component to the space.
The Pinery features one of OGT’s copper shingle handmade oversized mirrors. View all the copper mirrors available online. It provides another example of how our reclaimed, repurposed architectural salvage brings history, glamor, and ambiance to contemporary settings.
The reclaimed oak industrial flooring dining table tops were fabricated in the OGT’s table shop. These table tops are available online. The tables were paired with photographic murals, framed maps, photos, antique postcards, and vintage artifacts were incorporated into the design style of integrity and authenticity.
Other polished features include a white quartz bar top, emerald wall tile, and hints of upcycled pecky cypress which harmonize to create the feel of Old Florida in a modern environment.
The Pinery is a solid example of how design firms can use green materials, upcycled and reclaimed elements, and antiques to create a vision that is both contemporary and sustainable with a clean and classic feel.
For more ideas and salvaged artifacts and antiques to incorporate into your home or business projects, contact one of our reclaimed architectural experts at Olde Good Things. We always welcome you to drop in and browse our store and warehouse locations in NYC, Los Angeles, or PA.