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May 5, 2014

Project of the Week: Din Tai Fung

Photos courtesy of Perspective Image [enlarge]

Dumpling house Din Tai Fung recently opened its fifth U.S. location at 2621 N.E. 46th St. in Seattle's University Village.

The 11,000-square-foot restaurant has an open-floor concept that seats 230.

A large commercial kitchen was built in what used to be part of a parking garage. A large window allows customers to see where dumplings are made. Prominent features include stained decorative designs on the polished concrete floors, wire-brushed-fir panels along the walls, and custom lighting fixtures.

Owner: Din Tai Fung Restaurant LLC

General contractor: Abbott Construction

Architect: Chin-Ley/Reche Associates

Mechanical engineer: HV Engineering

Electrical engineer: Case Engineering

Kitchen consultant: Bargreen-Ellingson

HVAC: Holaday-Parks

Plumbing: Williams Mechanical

Electrical: Olsen Electric

Custom metalwork and light fixtures: Illume

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