TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

Tacos Güey

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

Tacos Güey

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

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LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

TACOS GÜEY

Located on a busy landmarked street in Midtown NYC, Tacos Güey is meant to feel bold and inviting. The owner, Kerem Bozer, aimed to create a place to enjoy fresh modern dishes using all of Mexico’s regions as inspiration.  The space follows suite with a unified mix of updated and handmade materials that pay homage to Mexico’s richness, creating a fusion between classic materials and modern aesthetics.

The restaurant features a dramatic entry with a mural of Las Calaveras by Mexican lithographer Jose G. Posada that can be seen from the street. On the opposite walls, reclaimed brick tiles are the backdrop to mirrored and artisan tiled shelves that display unique Oaxacan barro negro pottery and liquor for the bar. These custom sculpture-like displays with a continuous wood linear light pendant are installed to create interest from the front of the restaurant to the lively bar and larger dining area in the rear.

A hammered black stone bar top echoes the feel of the barro negro and molcajete and is a great companion to the lit back bar bottle display. Reds in the ceiling and some furniture add vibrance to contrast the carefully chosen patinaed pale blue Mexican concrete tile floor. Mirrors were also strategically designed into the space to reflect the mixture of finishes and well-crafted elements.  

LOCATION: NEW YORK, NY

SIZE: 1,350 SQ FT, 72 SEATS

COMPLETED: JULY 2021

ARCHITECTURAL TEAM

DESIGN PRINCIPAL: TAYLOR LAWSON

PROJECT ARCHITECT: SUSANA ALANIS

INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR: BARBARA TURPIN-VICKROY

INTERIOR DESIGNER: EVELYN MURPHY

MEP ENGINEER: NEW YORK ENGINEERS

LIGHTING DESIGNER: TIRSCHWELL & CO. INC

FOOD SERVICE DESIGNER: NEXT STEP DESIGN FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR: AERIAL DESIGN AND BUILD

MILLWORK: RJ MILLWORKERS INC.

PHOTOGRAPHY: EVAN SUNG

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