Restaurant Barrier: Stick Construction

The design of this barrier invites customization. The spaces can be filled with potted plants, crates for storage, or as opportunities for posting menus or other forms of signage. The voids also ensure that this barrier is lightweight. Ultimately all openings in barriers greater than 4” must be covered by fabric, signage, or other solid material.


Community partner: 82nd Street Partnership

Neighborhood: Jackson Heights, Queens

Coordinating firm: SO-IL and LTL

Supporting firms: ARO; Design Advocates (Frederick Tang Architecture, Kalos Eidos, Office of Tangible Space, Some People Studio, Studio Fōr, Worrell/Yeung); MOS; nARCHITECTS; VHB