Hall 46, one of the most decorative buildings on the Soho Factory site, is a single-space brick hall adapted to house a restaurant.
Previously windowless, the east façade was given big openings to take advantage of the natural light and the surrounding greenery. The remaining elevations were reconstructed following the recommendations of a conservation officer.
Brick walls were left exposed to reveal their texture, color, and structure, while the ceilings were finished with pine boards. Concrete floors were installed. To highlight existing features of the space, everything was kept neutral, almost raw.