Four Seasons Hotel Seattle will open its new signature Ethan Stowell restaurant this spring.
Designed by San Rafael, California-based EDG Interior Architecture + Design, the waterfront space will serve Pacific Northwest cuisine and feature a maritime-inspired design.
Ship timbers influenced many of the architectural design elements and patterns, while the Seattle skyline’s reflection on the water inspired the furniture and fabrics. A color palette of amber, charcoal, and blue hues references the location on Elliott Bay. The restaurant’s lobby entry will be highlighted by deep blue and neutral tones paired with a contemporary dark oak wood screen. A fireplace and handblown fixtures from Illuminata Glass will light the space. Two textural tile and stone surfaces will clad a centrally located bar and barista station.
“As a Seattle native, I was thrilled to be involved with creating a new space at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle,” says Jeff Burkebile, a studio director with EDG. “We saw the opportunity to bring an approachable bar-centric experience to the sophisticated design context of Four Seasons.”
Near the kitchen, two private 16-seat dining rooms will feature waterfront views.