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Clockwork takes home 3 Kansas City Business Journal Capstone Awards

​We are thrilled to announce that our team has won three Kansas City Business Journal Capstone Awards, in the Restaurant and Mixed-Use categories.

Our designs for Ombra Wine Bar, Meat Mitch and Blume Shawnee were recognized for their exceptional contribution to the Kansas City real estate landscape. The Capstone Awards recognize the top real estate projects that have positively impacted the community, and we are honored to be a part of this prestigious group.

Ombra Wine Bar brings fresh small plates to the Kansas City food scene. The design team's inspiration stemmed from the restaurant's name itself. 'Ombra', refers to the wine merchants of Venice Italy that would move their wine stands to stay in the shadow 'ombra' of the buildings surrounding. Custom metal screens were designed to create shadow-play at every turn and lighting was studied to ensure it provided the whimsical yet dark feel of an afternoon shadow.

Meat Mitch Restaurant brings the creations of Award Winning Pit Master, Mitch Benjamin to the greater Kansas City area. It was clear to the designers that the space needed to reflect the craft, history and attention to detail Mitch puts into each of his creations. Elements like the large custom designed chandelier, made from vintage Weber grill lids and vintage black and white tile lining the walls infuse a sense of creativity and heritage into the space for all to enjoy.

Blume Shawnee provides a unique solution to the live/work approach. These vertical mixed-use townhomes offer a workspace on the ground floor with the living space above. A concept that is shared in communities around the world, but is new to Kansas City. Each space is designed with sleek and modern finishes & lighting that provide a comfortable yet chic environment.

These projects would not have been possible without the support and collaboration from our clients, builders and consultants involved. It takes a team to create a successful project, but it takes a village to create three successful projects. Thank you to all involved.


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