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CinéBistro Cobb Theatres - Vail

Solaris, Vail, CO

The 12,500 SF CinéBistro in Vail, Colorado was designed with a nature-centered theme that is infused with sleek modernity. Stone and wood wall finishes in warm grey tones are counterposed with stone flooring, and the coat room dividing the concierge area and restaurant/ lounge is paneled in mirror for jewel-like effect. A large mantel with proportions evocative of a swank ski lodge wraps to the ceiling in the bar area where an oversized frame is graphically inscribed with famous quotations from the history of movies. A video screen is positioned along the bar back wall which is composed of metal beads that simulate an Austrian-style curtain. Threshholds to each of the black boxes are framed with ornate frames.

The black boxes are also designed with distinct themes: the subtle beige “ice” scheme bears the high faceting of a crystalline landscape; the warm tan “shadow” scheme evokes deep forest; and the “log” scheme emphasizes the verticality of Colorado’s native Aspen tree and draws upon the unique silvery gray of its bark.

Throughout the theatre runs a graphic pattern developed by Zyscovich to represent an abstract rendition of an Aspen tree forest.

The 12,500 SF CinéBistro in Vail, Colorado was designed with a nature-centered theme that is infused with sleek modernity. Stone and wood wall finishes in warm grey tones are counterposed with stone flooring, and the coat room dividing the concierge area and restaurant/ lounge is paneled in mirror for jewel-like effect. A large mantel with proportions evocative of a swank ski lodge wraps to the ceiling in the bar area where an oversized frame is graphically inscribed with famous quotations from the history of movies. A video screen is positioned along the bar back wall which is composed of metal beads that simulate an Austrian-style curtain. Threshholds to each of the black boxes are framed with ornate frames.

The black boxes are also designed with distinct themes: the subtle beige “ice” scheme bears the high faceting of a crystalline landscape; the warm tan “shadow” scheme evokes deep forest; and the “log” scheme emphasizes the verticality of Colorado’s native Aspen tree and draws upon the unique silvery gray of its bark.

Throughout the theatre runs a graphic pattern developed by Zyscovich to represent an abstract rendition of an Aspen tree forest.