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Pammy's
Cambridge MA

Pammy's is a casual spin on fine dining with a lively, sophisticated, comfortably laid-back atmosphere. Pammy's design resulted from a complete interior demolition and fit-out of an existing one-story brick structure, formerly the site of a garage, on a prominent section of Massachusetts Avenue, between Harvard and Central Squares. Incorporating existing building elements, reclaimed salvaged components, murals, and custom fabrications by local artisans, the eclectic aesthetic reflects the diverse culinary influences of the chef. Exposed brick, painted timber and steel, reclaimed wood flooring, and a new facade of expansive factory-style windows all serve as a backdrop for the warm lighting, a central wood-burning fireplace, and leather banquettes.

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master bathroom
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Architecture:
Derek Bloom Architects
General Contrator:
Stack + Co.
Client:
Roxstar Foods

Photography:
Nat Rea Photography