Hilary Masell Oswald of 5280 pulls back the curtain of the visual showpiece in downtown Denver, calling it a “sensory feast that reveals itself slowly.”
From the article:
“Wander into the recently overhauled restaurant space attached to the hip Hotel Indigo in the North Union Station neighborhood, and you’re in for a sensory thrill: Three Saints Revival, which opened last fall, is unlike any place you’ve ever enjoyed a meal. Guaranteed.
“Inspired by the idea of discovering food from different parts of the world, design team Megan Freckelton and Frank Mataipule of FAM Design began riffing on travel, which led them to thinking about a bohemian lifestyle and voyages through the subconscious. “We coined the term ‘bohemian dream sequence’ to inform the whole concept,” Freckelton says.
Layered into the design are found objects—candles, vintage rugs, textiles, and lanterns—that travelers might collect while exploring a new city. Add to these charming details the fascinating interplay between color and bold patterns, and Three Saints Revival is a sensory feast that reveals itself slowly.”
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