Brock and Company Building 1922 (Mas Malo / Seven Grand) 515 W. Seventh Street.
Plaster ceiling repair on decorative ceiling with compound angle vaults. The plaster decorative ribs followed the change in curve for a difficult layout and one-to-one molds.
Built for Brock and Company, one
of the city’s most successful jewelry
companies, this building has an ornate
terra cotta façade. The luxurious interior
showrooms featured murals of Versailles
and Art Nouveau-inspired display cases.
Clifton’s Silver Spoon cafeteria occupied
the space from 1974-1997, keeping many
of the interior details intact. The second
floor reopened in 2007 as Seven Grand,
one of many hip new bars revitalizing the
nightlife scene downtown. The ground floor
reopened as the restaurant Mas Malo in 2010.