Natural light from giant tracery windows floods the marble floor of this magnificent historic building. Complementing and maintaining the structure’s architectural significance was key to the success of the project. The design achieved this goal by relocating the serving area into the dining area, out of view of the kitchen and dishwashing locations. Convenient tray-drop stations are cleverly hidden behind screens that disguise clutter. Self-service stations maximize efficiency, while minimizing food waste and labor costs. Integrated Architecture provided design services in conjunction with the project’s food service consultant, The Baker Group.