A cozy, indoor gas firepit
Nestled in the heart of northwest Portland, Oregon’s trendy 23rd Avenue, the interior architecture of the PDX Fireside Restaurant attracts hungry window-shoppers with an appetite for “outdoor-inspired” specialty food and distinct design.
Architect Patrica Gardner highlighted the space with a blend of sophisticated and fresh materials to achieve a functional design with an engaging wilderness motif. A peek through the large glass aperture reveals a splash of warm colors against a pallet of contemporary design. At nighttime, the PDX Fireside comes to life. Red and yellow tones from the Gas Firepit Fireplace dance across the floors and walls. The natural hues from the flames add depth and intimacy to the restaurant while patrons share memories and make new ones.
FEATURED PROJECT MATERIALS:
Steel Hearth w/ removable Basepan for access to gas plumbing and electrical
Insulated Octagonal Smoke Skirt bolted to insulated Smoke Chamber
1x1 suspended T.S. Frame bolted to 2x4 T.S. Roof Support Frame
Draft Inducer w/ custom steel Support Table and built-in accessibility
Insulated Steel Chimney System
Custom Gas Log Set w/ Fire Effects
Custom Electric Control Panel w/ make-up air proving, programmed delayed shutdown, and draft inducer speed control