Shawmut’s restaurant remodel at the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village won gold in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Commercial Real Estate Awards, recognized as one of the best hospitality projects in Los Angeles County. The awards event celebrated contractors who turn vision into reality, helping make Los Angeles a leader in commercial real estate.
Excerpt from Los Angeles Business Journal
The first phase of Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village’s multimillion-dollar transformation, the remodel of its three restaurants, was inspired by the tranquil elements of Southern California’s coast and the classic era of Old Hollywood glam. Coin & Candor, an all-new restaurant for the luxury hotel, creates a neighborhood gathering place with both indoor and outdoor space. Its design combines natural textures, bright colors and fresh tones with mid-century design.
Coin & Candor’s name pays homage to the humble beginnings and early rise to success of owner David Murdock, as does Prosperous Penny. Previously a lobby area, the space was converted to a lounge and serves as another gathering point, attracting both guests and locals alike. The hotel’s Japanese restaurant, Onyx, underwent a refresh with California influences as well. Shawmut Design and Construction partnered with Brooks + Scarpa Architects, BAMO, and EDG on the restaurant remodels, which the team completed in just over three months.
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