Roth + Sheppard Architects design Modmarket in Boulder, Colo.
Raul J. Garcia
Roth + Sheppard Architects design Modmarket in Boulder, Colo.
Nov 19, 2010 The 2,400-sq.-ft. eatery in Boulder, Colo., was designed by Denver firm Roth + Sheppard as a slick, contemporary backdrop to feature and complement the menu.
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Roth Sheppard design Modmarket in Boulder, Colo._01 Dealing with a challenging, long, narrow floor plate (85 ft. by 28 ft.), the design team of Sheppard, project architect Kelly Smith, and designer Adam Harding had to figure out how to maximize space.
Roth Sheppard design Modmarket in Boulder, Colo._02 The open kitchen is set up in a linear fashion, revealing all areas of food preparation.
Roth Sheppard design Modmarket in Boulder, Colo._03 White artificial grass on the counter’s front panel appears like snow and subtly recalls the snowcaps of the Rocky Mountain Flatirons just to the west of Boulder.
Roth Sheppard design Modmarket in Boulder, Colo._04 A 100-ft.-long banquette functions as a series of two-top tables that may be combined to form a variety of group scenarios. 
Roth Sheppard design Modmarket in Boulder, Colo._05 Exposed concrete, bamboo wood veneer tables, and smooth white walls combine to create a minimal yet organic feel.
Roth Sheppard design Modmarket in Boulder, Colo._06 The slot of wheat grass inset in the length of the dining room’s main wall references the menu’s fresh, local ingredients.