Interior Design Award Winner.
Awarded Golden for Good Interior Space and Exhibition Design.
At Ember, classic materials such as black and white tiles, copper, blackened metal, and wood bring the elegance of traditional urban steakhouses to the center of Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Ember has a 360-degree exposure to the terminal and features a canopy of 6,225 copper Texas stars floating above. Diners sit under a wood plank ceiling filled with copper pipe chandeliers and exposed Edison bulbs. The kitchen has an open-fire, wood-burning grill. The design also includes a social media feature, incorporating a sign that reads "Everything is Bigger."Visit Site