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Looking to New York City’s iconic vertical spaces to overcome limited horizontal space, Dizzy’s SoHo seeks to create an interior vertical experience all its own.

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Each successive level of Dizzy’s provides a sensory experience that elevates its dining experience beyond simply tasting food.

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Four levels complete the sensory experience: the Omakase Kitchen on Level 1; the Music Box Bar and Lounge on Level 2; the Gallery on Level 3; and finally, the Loggia on Level 4.

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A translucent metal façade in the shape of a face both conceals and exposes the four stories of distinct yet connected spatial experiences.

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Model.

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On the ground level is the Omakase Kitchen, where Dizzy’s SoHo invites its patrons into its back of house.

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Ascending to the second level, the Music Box links the upper levels together acoustically.

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Above, the Gallery overlooks the Music Box below and provides an open yet secluded casual space to view art and listen to live performances.

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The Loggia on Level 4 is a formal dining space for 16 patrons resting on a cluster of balconies resembling lilypads afloat on water.

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