How Will Restaurant Design Change After COVID-19?

06/14/2020 By Adrian Thompson

From outdoor seating to open-kitchen layouts, Wilson Associates' Michael Lawless and Keiko Matsumoto discuss the creative concepts designers are utilizing to help aid a smooth transition to a “new normal” for dining out. Listen below.

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Meet our guests:

Keiko MatsumotoKeiko Matsumoto
With nearly 10 years of design experience, Keiko Matsumoto, design director of Food and Beverage at Wilson Associates’ New York City studio, is responsible for conceptualizing the design intent of the entire project. 

 

Michael LawlessMichael Lawless
Michael Lawless, project manager of Wilson Associates’ Blueplate studio, has worked on projects worldwide with an emphasis on hotels, gaming and corporate food service facilities.

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