Project Name
Westfield Century City
Dining Terrace

Location
Los Angeles

Square Footage
30,000

Architect
Westfield Group

Client
Westfield Group

Credits

Landscape, Fixtures & Flooring
Rios Clementi Hale Studios

Lighting
Francis Krahe and Associates

Graphics
RTKL Associates Inc.

Structural Engineering
Nabih Youssef & Associates

MEP Engineering
Levine/Seegal Associates

Tenant Design Firms
Corsini Stark Architects
Serrurier Architects
Atlaschi Architects
Young Lee
Akar Studios

Glass
Harris Glass Co.

Planters & Fixed Seating
Lexington Acquisition

Furniture
Janus et Cie
Ramler Contract

Picture a typical mall food court. Now throw that conception out the window. Westfield Group has set a new standard for what's possible with in-mall dining with the redesigned dining area at the Westfield Century City. As part of the property's $160-million renovation it started from square one. It's reimagining downplays vendor signage and instead put a huge emphasis on having all the food sellers blend seamlessly. Designed to appeal to adjacent office clientele gone are fast food operators. Instead the area features restaurant-quality food, teak tables and chairs and even place settings. (You won't find paper plates and plastic trays here.) The terrace includes both indoor and outdoor dining. And the space is accentuated by floating planters, wood and steel canopies and natural lighting.