CCS Architecture has created two energetic venues at Hyatt Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale.  The new restaurants replace two previous concepts at the resort, with the goal of attracting the local Scottsdale market as well as resort guests. Gainey Ranch is set amidst flowering cactus and framed against the majestic McDowell Mountains. Distinctive and modern, The new spaces offer indoor-outdoor connections and a current, 21st century perspective on the restaurant experience. The restaurants have separate entries, meeting at the lively wine and liquor bar.

Alto ristorante e bar, an eclectic, upscale, dinner destination, brings to life the flavors and design sensibilities of Italy.  Alto is entered through an exquisitely landscaped courtyard; vibrant, red pole lights illuminate the path over a bridge-style wooden deck.  Inside, the experience is enlivened by walls of wine, a cheese and charcuterie room, and table side risotto preparation.  Tall wood ceilings, red leather upholstery, stainless steel, chrome, and Carerra marble finishes, and a loop of deep red carpet in the dining areas give the restaurant a modern, Italian identity.  Alto has 125 outdoor seats, set within shaded dining courts.  The outdoor areas have fire pits and misters for optimum comfort.

Alto at Gainey Ranch

Location: Scottsdale, AZ

Type: 7,000 sq ft New Restaurant & Café within a resort

Completion: January 2008

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Taylor Lawson

Interior Design Director: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

Designer: Yvonne Choy

 

Consultants                      

MEP: Sullivan Designs
Structural Engineer: Paul Koehler Consulting

Lighting: Revolver Design

A/V: Audio Video Resources

Food Service: The General Group

General Contractor: Wolfe’s Corporation 

Photography: Eric Laignel

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CCS Architecture has created two energetic venues at Hyatt Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale.  The new restaurants replace two previous concepts at the resort, with the goal of attracting the local Scottsdale market as well as resort guests. Gainey Ranch is set amidst flowering cactus and framed against the majestic McDowell Mountains. Distinctive and modern, The new spaces offer indoor-outdoor connections and a current, 21st century perspective on the restaurant experience. The restaurants have separate entries, meeting at the lively wine and liquor bar.

Alto ristorante e bar, an eclectic, upscale, dinner destination, brings to life the flavors and design sensibilities of Italy.  Alto is entered through an exquisitely landscaped courtyard; vibrant, red pole lights illuminate the path over a bridge-style wooden deck.  Inside, the experience is enlivened by walls of wine, a cheese and charcuterie room, and table side risotto preparation.  Tall wood ceilings, red leather upholstery, stainless steel, chrome, and Carerra marble finishes, and a loop of deep red carpet in the dining areas give the restaurant a modern, Italian identity.  Alto has 125 outdoor seats, set within shaded dining courts.  The outdoor areas have fire pits and misters for optimum comfort.

Alto at Gainey Ranch

Location: Scottsdale, AZ

Type: 7,000 sq ft New Restaurant & Café within a resort

Completion: January 2008

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Taylor Lawson

Interior Design Director: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

Designer: Yvonne Choy

 

Consultants                      

MEP: Sullivan Designs
Structural Engineer: Paul Koehler Consulting

Lighting: Revolver Design

A/V: Audio Video Resources

Food Service: The General Group

General Contractor: Wolfe’s Corporation 

Photography: Eric Laignel

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CCS Architecture has created two energetic venues at Hyatt Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale.  The new restaurants replace two previous concepts at the resort, with the goal of attracting the local Scottsdale market as well as resort guests. Gainey Ranch is set amidst flowering cactus and framed against the majestic McDowell Mountains. Distinctive and modern, The new spaces offer indoor-outdoor connections and a current, 21st century perspective on the restaurant experience. The restaurants have separate entries, meeting at the lively wine and liquor bar.

Alto ristorante e bar, an eclectic, upscale, dinner destination, brings to life the flavors and design sensibilities of Italy.  Alto is entered through an exquisitely landscaped courtyard; vibrant, red pole lights illuminate the path over a bridge-style wooden deck.  Inside, the experience is enlivened by walls of wine, a cheese and charcuterie room, and table side risotto preparation.  Tall wood ceilings, red leather upholstery, stainless steel, chrome, and Carerra marble finishes, and a loop of deep red carpet in the dining areas give the restaurant a modern, Italian identity.  Alto has 125 outdoor seats, set within shaded dining courts.  The outdoor areas have fire pits and misters for optimum comfort.

Alto at Gainey Ranch

Location: Scottsdale, AZ

Type: 7,000 sq ft New Restaurant & Café within a resort

Completion: January 2008

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Taylor Lawson

Interior Design Director: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

Designer: Yvonne Choy

 

Consultants                      

MEP: Sullivan Designs
Structural Engineer: Paul Koehler Consulting

Lighting: Revolver Design

A/V: Audio Video Resources

Food Service: The General Group

General Contractor: Wolfe’s Corporation 

Photography: Eric Laignel

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CCS Architecture has created two energetic venues at Hyatt Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale.  The new restaurants replace two previous concepts at the resort, with the goal of attracting the local Scottsdale market as well as resort guests. Gainey Ranch is set amidst flowering cactus and framed against the majestic McDowell Mountains. Distinctive and modern, The new spaces offer indoor-outdoor connections and a current, 21st century perspective on the restaurant experience. The restaurants have separate entries, meeting at the lively wine and liquor bar.

Alto ristorante e bar, an eclectic, upscale, dinner destination, brings to life the flavors and design sensibilities of Italy.  Alto is entered through an exquisitely landscaped courtyard; vibrant, red pole lights illuminate the path over a bridge-style wooden deck.  Inside, the experience is enlivened by walls of wine, a cheese and charcuterie room, and table side risotto preparation.  Tall wood ceilings, red leather upholstery, stainless steel, chrome, and Carerra marble finishes, and a loop of deep red carpet in the dining areas give the restaurant a modern, Italian identity.  Alto has 125 outdoor seats, set within shaded dining courts.  The outdoor areas have fire pits and misters for optimum comfort.

Alto at Gainey Ranch

Location: Scottsdale, AZ

Type: 7,000 sq ft New Restaurant & Café within a resort

Completion: January 2008

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Taylor Lawson

Interior Design Director: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

Designer: Yvonne Choy

 

Consultants                      

MEP: Sullivan Designs
Structural Engineer: Paul Koehler Consulting

Lighting: Revolver Design

A/V: Audio Video Resources

Food Service: The General Group

General Contractor: Wolfe’s Corporation 

Photography: Eric Laignel

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Alto at Gainey Ranch

Location: Scottsdale, AZ

Type: 7,000 sq ft New Restaurant & Café within a resort

Completion: January 2008

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Taylor Lawson

Interior Design Director: Barbara Turpin-Vickroy

Designer: Yvonne Choy

 

Consultants                      

MEP: Sullivan Designs
Structural Engineer: Paul Koehler Consulting

Lighting: Revolver Design

A/V: Audio Video Resources

Food Service: The General Group

General Contractor: Wolfe’s Corporation 

Photography: Eric Laignel

CCS Architecture has created two energetic venues at Hyatt Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale.  The new restaurants replace two previous concepts at the resort, with the goal of attracting the local Scottsdale market as well as resort guests. Gainey Ranch is set amidst flowering cactus and framed against the majestic McDowell Mountains. Distinctive and modern, The new spaces offer indoor-outdoor connections and a current, 21st century perspective on the restaurant experience. The restaurants have separate entries, meeting at the lively wine and liquor bar.

Alto ristorante e bar, an eclectic, upscale, dinner destination, brings to life the flavors and design sensibilities of Italy.  Alto is entered through an exquisitely landscaped courtyard; vibrant, red pole lights illuminate the path over a bridge-style wooden deck.  Inside, the experience is enlivened by walls of wine, a cheese and charcuterie room, and table side risotto preparation.  Tall wood ceilings, red leather upholstery, stainless steel, chrome, and Carerra marble finishes, and a loop of deep red carpet in the dining areas give the restaurant a modern, Italian identity.  Alto has 125 outdoor seats, set within shaded dining courts.  The outdoor areas have fire pits and misters for optimum comfort.