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DMAC DMAC Architecture, founded in 1995 by Dwayne

MacEwen,

AIA,

is

a

boutique

Chicago design firm with big ideas. award-winning

work

offers

a

Our

unique

combination of artistic and intelligent design with comprehensive project delivery. We offer a wide range of ser vices including architecture,

planning,

and furniture design.

interior

design,

Our solutions are

decidedly contemporary and modern.

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APPROACH

All DMAC Architecture projects begin with a central, clear idea that guides the project from beginning to end.

This significant

design concept then informs materials and construction methods in an artful manner that is best described as natural and intuitive. With a central idea guiding the process, we find that projects tend to reveal themselves through clarity and dedication without becoming blurred or disjointed through a complex methodolgy. Our steadfast commitment to the project’s ultimate

vision

solutions

with

yields a

uncompromising

proven

track

histor y

amongst clients, conslutants and fellow designers.

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FULL SERVICE DESIGN DMAC Architecture offers complete start-to-finish project participation. This full service approach offers clients the best opportunity to insure that their project has a consistent and focused vision from beginning to end. Feasibility

Documentation

site selection

sub-consultants coordination

program refinement & organization

heavily-detailed construction documents

zoning

cut-sheet organization for all fixture selec-

code issues

tions

materials research

LEED documentation

methods research systems research preliminar y budget development

Construction existing general contractor relationships

Design

standardized bidding process

project sighting

contractor bid review

complete design

contractor selection consulting

meticulous detailing

construction contract

3D modeling

review and consulting

sun studies

constant communication throughout

sustainable design

weekly meetings throughout

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DWAYNE MacEWEN

Dwayne MacEwen is the principal and owner of DMAC Architecture, P.C., a fullser vice

architecture

design

firm.

His

international project history ranges from residences to commercial buildings which include many award winning restaurants, salon and spa designs. MacEwen founded DMAC Architecture in 1995 and has been consistently seeking and responding to opportunities for design innovation that is not confined by style. Dwayne comes to architecture through construction.

The son of a builder from

Prince Edward Island, Canada, Dwayne was a proprietor of a successful Canadian construction

firm

before

making

the

transition into architecture and design. Dwayne

has

worked

for

the

Building

Design Partnership in London, Cinto Hom/ Armand Fernandez Architects in Barcelona and Jordan Moser Architects in Chicago where he headed projects for restaurants, offices and private residences.

Dwayne

also finds time to lend his experience by participating in academia as a guest juror as well as conducting design studios at local universities. 4


STAFF

Siamak Mostoufi (Project Architect) NCARB, ALA B.S. in Architecture - University of IL URB/CHAMP Master of Architecture - University of IL Chicago

Kavitha Marudadu (Project Architect) AIA, LEED AP, NCARB, Bachelor of Architecture - Anna University, India Master of Architecture - University of IL Chicago

Jeremy Nye (Associate) Bachelor of Architecture - Ball State University

Mike Sikler (Office Manager)

Aaron Beyers (Associate) LEED AP B.S. in Architecture - SIU - Carbondale Master of Architecture - University of IL URB/CHAMP

Lindsay Abati (Associate) B.S. in Interior Design - Florida State University Master of Architecture - University of Florida

Ben Fry (Associate) LEED AP B.F.A. - Miami University Master of Architecture - SCAD

Difei Yao (Associate) LEED AP Master of Architecture - Washington University

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vol. 2 2010-2011 CONTENTS

RECENT WORK Rivers Casino Des Plaines

10-19........................................Hugo’s Frog Bar 20-27......................................................Canopy 28-39..........................................................Cube 40-45...........................................................Flipt 46-51...............................................Coffee Spot 52-55..........................................................Mian 56-57.... Rivers

Casino Pittsburgh

58-63..................

Midtown Montreal

64-67........ Midtown

Bannockburn

68-71........................................... Spa 72-79.............................................

Allyu

Roka Akor

80-85............................................................. 86-87........................................ 88-91.........

Dish

Rolls Royce

Bentley +Lamborghini

92-99......................

London Residence

100-105......................

Verma Residence

106-113.........................

IN PROGRESS

114-115.........................

VOLUME ONE

116-117.................

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RIVERS CASINO 2010-2011 | Des Plaines | Chicago, IL 24,850 SF

M ian : 275 SF

Fl ip t : 2,250 SF

Can o py : 8,850 SF

Co ffee S po t: 1,375 S F

H u g o’s: 5,150 S F

Cu b e: 6,950 S F

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HUGO’S FROG BAR 2010-2011 | Des Plaines | Chicago, IL 5,150 SF

Th e finest in-house establishment and a d estination in itself, Hugo’s depar ts f ro m i ts dow ntow n si ster t hrough DMAC ’s cl ar i fi cati o n a n d mo der nizat ion of t he d e s i gn, featur ing a façad e of dar k wood b l o c ks with openings that offer vignette v i e ws of the inter ior. Echoed by a unique p at ter ning

of

wood

frames

installed

al o n g th e ba ck wa l l a n d in t he c ustom b u i l t wine lockers for high rollers, the re c t i linear for ms find their counter point i n c ircular-patter ned black and white f l o o r tiling and the whiskey bar rel-r inged ce il in g. As a fo ca l po i nt, th e p r ivate d ining ro o m features a mural-scale image of an u n d e r water sh i p w i th a p at ina sur face. Th e totalit y is a war m and familiar but m o re sensuous environment in which to fe as t a n d repo se. Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Aaron Beyers and Siamak Mostoufi [Project Architects] Jeremy Nye, Difei Yao, Kavitha Marudadu, and Michael Sikler [Project Team]

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PERIMETER FACADE MASSING

C B

GRID OVERLAY BASED ON LOBBY STONE WALL MODULES

C A B

C A B C A B C A B VARIATIONS IN DENSITY APPLIED TO GRID

A

SURFACE OPENINGS TAKEIN FROM GRID DENSITY

REMAINING SURFACES BROKEN INTO VARIOUS PANEL ARRANGEMENTS AND EXTRUSIONS

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1. KITCHEN 2. OFFICE 3. STORAGE 4. SERVERS 5. DINING WEST

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6. PRIVATE DINING 7. DINING EAST 8. BAR 9. BAR LOUNGE

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CANOPY 2010-2011 | Des Plaines | Chicago, IL 8,850 SF

A b uffet-st yle alter native that is like an o u td oor pavilion in a forest, The Canopy b e ck o n s w i th i ts ex ter i o r wall of floor-to ce i l i ng, hand- cut wood r ibs that undulate l i k e r ippling water. At both the pr incipal a n d VIP entrances, gues ts are greeted by d ense ver tical hedges of live plants s u s t ained

by

inter nal

ir r igation

that

d e p e nds on saturated coconut shells. The wo o dland fantasy, which relates with the Ca s i no’s ac tual forest preser ve neighbor, co nt inues inside with natural sk ylights, a “ w i n dow ” that reveals yellow birch trees, an d a D MAC- desi gn ed ca r p et t hat evokes t h e f iltered, var ied light on a forest floor. Th e natural palette creates an idealized n at u ral environment that is a per fec t p l a ce to recharge. Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Kavita Marudadu, Siamak Mostoufi, and Aaron Beyers [Project Architects] Jeremy Nye, Difei Yao, and Michael Sikler [Project Team]

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1. ENTRANCE 2. SERVICE BAR 3. PASTRIES 4. QUEUE 5. DINING A 6. DINING B 7. VIP DINING 8. DINING D

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CUBE 2010-2011 | Des Plaines | Chicago, IL 6,950 SF (5,050 inside + 1,900 outside)

B e yond the restaurants, DMAC also unveils

for A-list p er for m er s, draws g u e s t s to

Cu b e, the nightclub that transfor ms from

the dance floor, whi c h re f l e c t s t h e l i g ht

a s p or ts bar exper ience to a full-fledged

effec ts and images c a s t f ro m t h e ce i l i n g.

p e r for mance

Just

venue.

Passing

through

beyond

stage

l e f t,

an

o u td o o r

i n g e niously designed heav y dar k wood

ter race offers the v i b e o f a b o u t i q u e

d o o rs th at f u n c ti o n a s i nter loc k ing “step s”

hotel roof top, com p l e te w i t h a t we l ve -

a n d reveal a r hythmic geometr ic patter n

foot fireplace. With t h e at te nt i o n to

w h e n closed, guests enter the spor ts

technical capabilitie s a n d a s l e e k , s ex y

b a r replete with retrac table monitors

design vocabular y, D MAC ’s Cu b e i s s u re to

ab ove a gra n d rec ta n gu l ar b ar of hand -

become a hot spot fo r g u e s t s f ro m w i t h i n

s c u l pted pine and mesquite wood blocks.

t he Casino and b eyon d.

D e s cending a half-flight to a dance floor, a s h if t in tone and func tion is palpable t h ro ugh the complex lighting system, a co u stic web and addit ional sensuous tex t ures and mater ials, including velvet y gray drapes, chains as cur tains, and even a b ack lit wall created from inver ted b a by bottle nipples that is sur pr isingly a b s t rac t and sophisticated. The stage as fo c a l point, which is scale d and equipped

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Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Aaron Beyers and Siamak Mostoufi [Project Architect] Jeremy Nye, Difei Yao, Kavitha Marudadu, and Michael Sikler [Project Team]


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AERIAL CITY VIEW

STREET FIGURE GROUND

INVERSE FIGURE GROUND

RESULTING CEILING PLAN

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1. SPORTS BAR 2. LOUNGE BAR 3. LOUNGE SEATING 4. PLATFORM 5. GREEN ROOM 6. WASH CLOSET 7. LOWER TERRACE 8. UPPER TERRACE

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FLIPT 2010-2011 | Des Plaines | Chicago, IL 2,250 SF

A b urger is not just a burger under the

become a hot spot fo r g u e s t s f ro m w i t h i n

flashing lights of the large “GOOD EATS” sign,

t he Casino and b eyon d.

v i s i b le at all times, that welcomes guests i nto the retro -with-a-t wist, red and white i nte r ior of Flipt. With the contemporar y re d bands of light embedded in the ce i l i ng and the creative use of aluminum c y l i n ders

th at

en ci rcl e

t he

st r uc t ural

co l u mns, all guests and especially those w h o gar ner the coz y “ box seat ” near the re a r of the restaurant will cer tainly travel b a c k to the future in this fresh take on a c l a s sic burger joint. for A-list per for mers, d raws gu ests to th e da nce floor, whic h re f l e c ts the light effec ts and images cast f ro m the ceiling. Just beyond stage lef t, a n o utdoor ter race offers the vibe of a b o u t ique hotel roof top, complete with a t we l ve -foot fireplace. With the attention to te ch n i ca l ca pa bi l i ti es and a sleek , sex y d e s i gn vocabular y, DMAC ’s Cube is sure to

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KITCHEN

DINING

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COFFEE SPOT 2010-2011 | Des Plaines | Chicago, IL 1,375 SF

Th e Coffee Spot is a br ight place to revive w i t h zebrawood, quar tzite and spar k ling te r ra zzo

finishes

s t a i n less-steel

backgrounded

tiles

that

with

sur pr isingly

re s e mble coffee beans. The ceiling is e ve n special with its undulating wood s l at s, visible at all times from the areas of

play.

for

A-list

per for mers,

draws

g u e s ts to the dance floor, which reflec ts t h e l i ght ef fec ts a n d i m ages c ast from t h e ceiling. Just beyond stage lef t, an o u td oor ter race offers the vibe of a b o u t ique hotel roof top, complete with a t we l ve -foot fireplace. With the attention to te ch n i ca l ca pa bi l i ti es and a sleek , sex y d e s i gn vocabular y, DMAC ’s Cube is sure to b e come a hot spot for guests from within t h e Ca si n o a n d beyo n d. Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Jeremy Nye, Siamak Mostoufi, Aaron Beyers [Project Architect] Difei Yao, Kavitha Marudadu, and Michael Sikler [Project Team]

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RETAIL

COFFEE BAR COFFEE

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MIAN 2010-2011 | Des Plaines | Chicago, IL 275 SF

An i nti mate, jewel - l i ke C hinese nood le s h o p, mian is a wor ld unto itself of red g l a s s tiles and natural reeds, designed according to feng-shui principles and coyly t u ck ed beh i n d a bro n ze s c reen. C hinese co i n s inser ted into the counter top offer t h e rush o f di scover y fo r at tent ive guest s. G l o b ular lanter ns glow from above the s c re e n even a f ter h o u rs. Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Siamak Mostoufi and Aaron Beyers [Project Architect] Difei Yao, Jeremy Nye, Kavitha Marudadu, and Michael Sikler [Project Team]

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KITCHEN

DINING

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RIVERS CASINO 2010-2011 | Pittsburgh, PA 13,245 SF

R ive rs B a n qu et i s a 10,000 square foot vi b ra nt ba n qu et f a ci l i t y housed wit hin t h e second floor of R ivers Casino in Pi t t s burgh with spec tacular views of the r i ve r and the cit y. The Banquet space is a cce ntuated with high ceilings and light cove s creating a r hythmic repetition that m a k es this large space easily divisible

PREFUNCTION / BANQUET

into 3 sma l l er spa ces, mak ing t his mult if u n c tional

space

more

versatile.

The

wa r mth of wood in the space, custom c a r p et

with

vibrant

colors,

movable

a i r walls and the spec tacular views all co m plement one another, mak ing this a

BANQUET 1,2,3

s u ccessf u l a n d po pu l a r ve nue in t he c it y. Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Kavitha Marudadu [Project Architect] Difei Yao and Lindsay Abati [Project Team]

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PREFUNCTION


BATH 216

SODA/LIQUOR STORAGE

2460

CHEF'S OFFICE

GREEN ROOM

B18

218

B14 2448

D

217 D

ICE MACHINE W/ BIN

B20

C D

CONFERENCE ROOM

B37

B19

D

215

FLOOR TROUGH

C

BOTTLE COOLER

H MOBILE

B3PAN

RACK

MOBILE

B3PAN

RACK

B3PAN

RACK

RACK

MOBILE

B3PAN

RACK

B31

B6 PASS-THRU ICE BIN MOBILE PAN RACK

DRAINBOARD

B4 B2 BEVERAGE COOLER

B35

S

(E) MEN'S (E) WOMEN'S RESTROOM RESTROOM

2448

B4

B4

DUMP SINK

BEVERAGE

B4

B1

GLASS

WASHER B34

DRAINBOARD

B30

COFFEE

B32 WORKTOP

B33 H C

WALK-IN COOLER

D

S

H C TRASH

B8 COLD ASSEMBLY AREA

B7

B6

TRASH

B7

MOBILE S/S WORKTABLE W/UNDERSHELF & OVERSHELF

C

H

B5 BUSSING SHUTTLE

B39

B9

TRASH B37

TRASH

B37

108 COATS PER TIER

108 COATS PER TIER

MOBILE S/S WORKTABLE W/UNDERSHELF & OVERSHELF

HAND SINK

C

138 COATS PER TIER

C

FD

BUSINESS CENTER

B3

HAND SINK

B5

H

HAND SINK

C

B3

COPY

C

MOBILE PAN RACK

H

2448

B29 TEA MOBILE PAN RACK

H

2448

REFRIGERATOR

24 CAB.

X2049

D

X2050

MOBILE

PAN B3

SH TRA

MOBILE

B3

FD

DRAINBOARD

B5

BLENDER STATION

MOBILE PAN RACK

FD

HAND SINK

FD 2448

FD

D

FD

UTILITY CART BUSSING SHUTTLE

BUSSING

BANQUET STORAGE 978 SF

MOBILE HOT WELLS W/ OVERSHELF

MOBILE S/S WORKTABLE W/UNDERSHELF

B10

BANQUET STAGING 1654 SF

MOBILE HOT WELLS W/ OVERSHELF

MOBILE S/S WORKTABLE W/UNDERSHELF

B11

MOBILE S/S WORKTABLE W/UNDERSHELF

B11

B10

B10

B39 BUSSING TABLE W/UNDERSHELF

B38

BUSSING SHUTTLE

B39

D

D

DRY STORAGE

TRASH B37

HOT ASSEMBLY AREA 2454

XAS B40

(3) BOWL SINK

B17

B15

B13 DISH

DOLLY B12 MOBILE HOLING CART

MOBILE HOLING CART

MOBILE HOLING CART

MOBILE HOLING CART

MOBILE HOLING CART

MOBILE HOLING CART

B14

B9 UTILITY CART

B5 HAND

B18

B6

B37

TRASH

SINK TRASH

B15

B13 DISH

DOLLY B12

2448

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H

TRASH

UTILITY CART

C

HAND B5 SINK

H

B9

B6

2460

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D

WOMEN'S RESTROOM

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MEN'S RESTROOM

D

SALES MEETING

(E) STAIRS (E) IT ROOM

COAT CHECK 211

PREFUNCTION 3904 SF

BANQUET #4 1287 SF 51' 2"

(E) ELECTRICAL

DN

BANQUET #1 2599 SF

WP

(E) ELEV

(E) ELEVATOR ELEVATOR EQUIPMENT ROOM

53' 4"

42' 2"

BANQUET #2 2743 SF

(E) ELEV

WP

WP

WP

BANQUET #3 2684 SF

UP 4' - 10"

4' - 9"

WP

48' 0"

5' - 11"

3' - 5"

23' -

6" 4' - 9"

WP

3' - 5"

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MIDTOWN TENNIS 2006-2009 | Mont-Royal | Montreal, Qbc 45,000 SF Extensive Renovation

there is no “promise” or “path to reward” system of moving through the facility. It is a catacomb, a series of ser vices and activity areas connected by corridors that are banal and offer no repose or signifiers that help

The Sporting Club du Sanctuaire is an

make the “in-between” spaces special and

existing 180, 000 square foot tennis / fitness

memorable.

club and spa located in Montreal, Canada’s ritzy Mount Royal neighborhood. Built in the

Whereas a tennis court is a tennis court and

80’s, as the centerpiece of a high-rise condo

in this sense the design of the journey is

development, the club is systematically

more important than the destination. One’s

rehabilitating their facilities.

memor y of the club experience is really defined by these in-between spaces. DMAC’s

Following the recent remodel of the tennis

design is an aesthetic yet functional solution

courts, DMAC is responsible for the Master

to this problem.

Plan for improvements to the balance of the facility –to include: spa, member ’s bistro

Contained on all sides by the condo towers the

and lounge, exterior entrance, below-grade

strategy is to allow the facility to be inward

garage entry, locker rooms, indoor pool,

looking. We push the non-public or private

outdoor pool, banquet hall, reception, juice

programmatic elements to the exterior –

bar / tennis viewing, outdoor terrace, and

forming a protective ring at the perimeter of

all other common areas.

the facility. This allows the interior spaces to be car ved away and dematerialized. The

DMAC’s design strategy begins as an analysis

resultant spaces choreograph the patron’s

of the existing club’s physical and cultural

interaction and experience of the space.

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MIDTOWN TENNIS 2008-2010 | Bannockburn, IL New Addition + Interior Renovation

This modest 5,000 square feet addition to the existing 2 story fitness accessory facility at the Midtown Tennis club in Bannockburn provides a much needed relief to the programmatic requirements of a large open fitness studio, Yoga and Pilates studio. The design of the addition, while striving to seamlessly integrate with the existing structure, also portrays a modern exterior with large glazing panels, exterior sun shading devices, integrated LED lighting on the exterior. A metal clad sill along the east faรงade provides a transition between the old and the new. Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Kavitha Marudadu and Jeremy Nye [Project Architect]

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A L LY U S PA 2007-2008 | River North | Chicago, IL Interior Architecture + Design

Al l y u is a sustainably developed spa in C h i c ago’s R iver Nor th neighbor hood. Lo c a l ar tisans and natural mater ials we re paired in creating a space with r i c h colors and tex tures. Clay plasters, Wis co n si n sto n es, recl a i med wood s a n d hand-wor ked iron were utilized in va r i ous unique and intimate spaces for a u n i q ue retreat within a histor ic Chicago l an d ma r k . Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Siamak Mostoufi [Project Architect]

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ROKA AKOR 2010-2011 | River North | Chicago, IL 6,300 SF

I n s p i red by th e f l avo rs, tex t ures and fresh

The bathrooms were co n ce p t u a l i ze d a s

i n gredients of R ok a’s sushi and steak

walk ing into an idea l i ze d fo re s t i n w h i c h

m e n u, D MAC ’s desi gn ech oes t he integr it y

a rec tangular volume o f s p a ce wa s c a r ve d

a n d pleasure of well-prepared food. With

out of mesquite woo d p o l e s. L i g ht f i l te r s

n at u ra l a n d recl a i med mater ials and an

down from the suspe n d e d s t u m p s a b ove

e m p hasis on creativit y and craf t, DMAC ’s

and the black lacqu e re d wa l l s o f fe r s o f t

i nte r ior for R ok a is war m and sincere yet

reflec tions allowing t h e s p a ce to v i s u a l l y

h i g h ly evo cati ve.

t ranscend it self.

Th e pi ece de resi sta n ce is in t he main

DMAC ’s

d i n i ng room: a sculpture composed of

metal, wood and sto n e co nt r i b u te to a

repur posed nails that DMAC commissioned

choreographed space i n w h i c h g u e s t s a re

a s a large -scale pavilion over the open

benevolently led to d i s cove r n e w s e n s o r y

ro b ata gr i l l. D i scovered i n old b ar rels, t he

exper iences

h a n d- cut nails had or iginally been par t of

environm ent : a ver it a b l e fe a s t fo r t h e

a 1 0 0+ year old water tower in Iowa and

eyes. b ecom e a hot s p o t fo r g u e s t s fro m

a re now welded together in an elegant

wit hin t he Casino and b e yo n d.

M o d er nist cross-hatching. The sculpture is f i t ted over th e ro bata gr ill hood, whic h i l l u minates the room with war m sof t co l o r s, a ddi n g a co ntemporar y layer to t h e r u sti c mater i a l.

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ar t ful

and

g e n e ro u s

throug h o u t

the

Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Jeremy Nye and Siamak Mostoufi [Project Architect]

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VOID SPACE BETWEEN PANEL SYSTEMS

WOOD SLAT PANEL SYSTEM COMPOSED OF 4 LINEAR UNITS

REMOVABLE PANELS ALLOW FOR EQUIPMENT ACCESS ABOVE

SPRINKLER LINE AND TRACK LIGHTING FILL THE VOID BETWEEN PANELS

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2

CO2

DISPLAY KITCHEN

BAG-N-BOX 2H X 3 WIDE

3

5 7

5 TIER

15

4

6

24x60

43" MIN. CLEAR

5 TIER 18x60

24x72

24x72

S

2460

18X36

3. BAR

11. WASH CLOSET

4. MENS

12. SERVICE BAR

5. WOMENS

13. WAIT STATION

6. OPEN KITCHEN

14. PRIVATE DINING

7. ROBATA / SUSHI

15. MAIN DINING

8. DISH WASHING

16. PRIVATE DINING

8

13

2460

10. COLD STORAGE

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12 D

9 UP

9. PREP KITCHEN

2. LOUNGE

11 43" MIN. CLEAR

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18X48

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DISH 2009-2010 | Dallas | Texas 6,000 SF

Dish

is

a

contemporar y

Amer ican

re s t au ra nt a n d n i ght cl ub loc ated in a vibrant Dallas communit y. Unique fix tures, tex t i les and fur nishings were brought in f ro m a ro u n d th e gl o be to cont rast wit h a b ackdrop of durable raw metals and wo o ds. The restaurant transitions from a m o d er n casual restaurant to a DJ hosted n ig ht cl u b ever y even i n g. Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Siamak Mostoufi [Project Architect]

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FIBERGLASS WALL PANEL 119” X 30”

PANEL DUPLICATED AND ROTATED 180 DEGREES

PANELS COMBINE TO MEET DESIRED CONDITION

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ROLLS ROYCE 2010-2011 | River North | Chicago, IL 2,400 SF

Th e f l a gsh i p dow ntow n Chic ago loc at ion fo r R olls R oyce, DMAC Arch itec ture wor ked to h ighlight the beaut y of these luxur y a u to mobiles with a showroom tailored to t heir needs. B y removing one wall and o p e ning another bet ween the car lif t and t h e main showroom to add a glass window, DMAC created a ‘j ewel box ’ for d isp laying a fe atured vehicle in this reclaimed space. Th i s also created the sense of a larger s h owroom by finishing the inter ior of the c a r l if t to the same standards as the rest of t h e showroom. DMAC wor ked within the ex i s t ing R olls R oyce design vocabular y to c re ate a spa ce th at o f fered a full range of R o l l s R oyce ser vices and automobiles all wi t h i n a ti ght u r ba n sh owroom . Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Jeremy Nye [Project Architect] Lindsay Abati [Project Team]

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LAMBORGHINI + BENTLEY 2005-2007 | Gold Coast | Chicago, IL Interior Architecture + Design

The Lamborghini Gold Coast Showroom is located in the heart of the famous Gold Coast - one of the most exclusive shopping and fine dining areas in Chicago on Chicago’s historic Rush Street. Dwayne MacEwen the design principal at DMAC Architecture PC envisioned the space to compliment the beautiful precision automobiles it houses. The design is minimal and wonder fully detailed. It takes it’s cues from modern museums and respects the line of the automobiles. Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Greg Denisiuk [Project Architect]

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LONDON RESIDENCE 2007-2010 | Wicker Park | Chicago, IL 4,600 SF

An

existing

masonr y

four-flat

walk-up

was stripped to the brick and a 23’ steel framed addition was designed on to maximize total square footage. The existing

and

new

portions

of

the

project are articulated through a light well which pinches the floor plan and encouraged light to reach the lowest level. A structural and functional metal grate which is filled with clear resin further

allows

light

to

penetrate

deeper into the house. The design of the house is clean and linear, taking full advantage of the 24’ x125’ lot. The first floor is an open plan space with a living room, dining room and kitchen. The powder room acts as an object resting within and dividing the is

open

space. The

minimal

and

material

used

to

connect the four different levels. Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Jeremy Nye and Renato Tonelli [Project Architect]

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1. FAMILY ROOM 2. STUDY 3. WET BAR 4. MECHANICAL 5. EXTERIOR COURTYARD 6. ENTRY VESTIBULE 7. LIVING ROOM 8. DINING 9. KITCHEN 10. ROOF TERRACE 11. BED ROOM 12. MASTER BED ROOM 13. MASTER BATH 14. WALK-IN-CLOSET

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VERMA RESIDENCE 2010-2011 | Bucktown | Chicago, IL 8,500 SF

T his new 8, 50 0 square fe et, 2 stor y single

to the rear garage terrace, s trate gically

family residence with full basement, sit s

place d windows and glazing provides

on a double lot in the ver y dense urban

visual continuit y from the f ront yard

neighborho o d of Buck town.

through the central cour t yard all the way to the rear p ool.

T he design is charac terize d by interlock ing masses clad in Fiber C panels that f loat s

T he

over the f irst f loor clad in wood and

throughout the f irst f lo or. A cantilevere d

s tone. T he front end of the building is

stair with t wo stor y high glazing panel

disengage d from the rear end by a central

provides

cour t yard terrace that seamlessly conne c t s

E x terior f inishes f low into the interior

the outdoors and the indoors. T he house

spaces, merging the line b et we en the

is separate d from the 3 car garage at the

e x terior and interior. T he private se c tion

rear end by a spa p ool. T he garage roof

of the house is locate d at the se cond f lo or,

has a trellise d roof terrace that look s

with a long librar y/ galler y conne c ting the

down into the spa p ool, with a water wall

k ids be drooms to the mas ter b e dro om,

cascading water from the garage roof to

while overlook ing the central cour t yard.

the spa p o ol. Terraced landscapes maintain a progressive continuit y from the front yard all the way

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a

spaces

maintain

transparent

Project Team: Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect] Kavitha Marudadu [Project Architect]

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1. FOYER 2. DINING 3. LIVING 4. KITCHEN 5. FAMILY ROOM 6. PANTRY 7. BATHROOM 8. BEDROOM 9. CLOSET 10. PLAY ROOM 11. FITNESS ROOM

12. TV ROOM 13. STUDY 14. GOLF SIMULATOR 15. MUD ROOM 16. LAUNDRY 17. MECHANICAL 18. LIBRARY 19. MASTER BEDROOM 20. MASTER BATH 21. MASTER CLOSET

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WORK IN PROGRESS Bar | Casino | Dining

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DMAC PORTFOLIO VOL 1 -Midtown Tennis Montreal -Midtown Tennis Bannockburn -Midtown Tennis Rochester -Lamborghini + Bentley -Porsche Museum -Luxur y Motors O’Hare -Allyu Spa -160 Blue -Tricocci Hair Salon -900 Michigan Shops -Dish Restaurant

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2011 DMAC D MAC Arch i tec tu re 831 Ch i ca go Ave, S u i te 10 0 Evan sto n , I l l i n o i s 60202 | U SA 847. 905.0944 tel 847. 905.0943 f a x d m acewen @ dma ca rch .co m d m a c arch.com

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dmac_monograph  

This book represents the most recent projects created my DMAC Architecture. Projects range in scope from casino restaurants to residential...