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Hospitality & Restaurant

Horse Thieves Tavern, Dedham MA

Horse Thieves Tavern, Dedham MA

Sorensen Partners is Architect and Interior Designer for Horse Thieves Tavern in Dedham, MA. The new restaurant at the corner of Washington and High Streets is presently under construction by Sincere Construction of Cambridge, MA. The project includes design and construction of the new restaurant and […]

The Daniel Hotel & Coast Bar + Bistro Renovation, Brunswick, ME

The Daniel Hotel & Coast Bar + Bistro Renovation, Brunswick, ME

Sorensen Partners provided architecture and interior design services for the 30,000 SF re-design and renovation of The Daniel, a 24-room historic boutique hotel by Troca Hotels, including 80-person restaurant, lounge, and bar, guest rooms, and corridors. Coast Bar + Bistro features a dramatic twenty-five-foot-long bar with […]

Brand-Shifting Renovations for Fire+Ice Restaurant, Boston

Brand-Shifting Renovations for Fire+Ice Restaurant, Boston

Sorensen Partners worked with Fire+Ice Chairman Jim Miller and his management and operations team at the Boston, MA location to design improvements to restaurant’s major upstairs space, which includes the famous round grill, the ‘markets’ (buffets), and the lighting, tabletops, and paint scheme. Building on […]

Planning Vision for Waterfront Hotel & Casino

Planning Vision for Waterfront Hotel & Casino

Sorensen Partners worked as a waterfront hotel and casino masterplanning consultant to San Francisco-based Hornberger + Worstell Architects to research, write and illustrate a planning approvals phase development vision for a large multi-building adaptive re-use project located in California. The work included site history research, […]

Sound Baths Move from Metaphysical to Mainstream

Sound Baths Move from Metaphysical to Mainstream

The New York Times covers a different kind of acoustic relaxation. How can we deploy this in therapeutic environments?