Stanley Palmieri's Design Portfolio
Back to the 1950s
For this gourmet burger joint, Stanley used exhaust pipes as railings and hand-crafted car fronts to serve as wall art.
Classic Diner Decor
Vintage chairs, a checkered floor and red accent walls take this themed restaurant back to the 1950s.
A Day at the Beach
A beach bar in Pittsburgh? Stanley designed this one, complete with a grass roof and faux palm trees.
Stanley designed this nightclub's cubist light towers and "liquid lava" bar tops.
Stanley's custom-fabricated Tibetan archway leads the way to a VIP entrance at a Morgantown, W.V. lounge.
Color-changing lights on the textured wall make it appear that rain is hitting the surface.
For this performance art piece, Stanley gave viewers a pin and invited them into a room filled with balloons.
For this performance art piece, Stanley invited viewers to try on "sledgehammer ski toe shoes" and asked them to walk across ceramic tiles.
Stanley transformed the columns in this industrial-style restaurant into dragonflies with color-changing wings.
This art installation uses color-changing lights to make the dragonfly "wings" flutter.
This 3-D wave wall adds texture behind cozy clamshell lounge seating at a Morgantown, W.V. lounge.
Behind the Bar
Stanley created a color-changing, backlit backdrop for this honey onyx bar.