Spaces are divided in two major programs – vehicle services and dining area are isolated from one another, both physically and visually so that all operations of the fuel station are hidden from the view of the customers of the restaurant. Because of the predefined, small building footprint, most of the supporting and utility spaces are grouped and located on the ground level to be close to all technical access points.
Public space of the restaurant starts from the lobby with its dedicated entrance on the ground floor. From there, as a way to naturally connect to the upper floor and to offer customers the experience of smooth transition between levels, the floor steps upwards and creates inhabitable decks on intermediate levels to be occupied as dining spaces.
Part of the dining space offers views towards outside water features, while the rest of it seamlessly transitions into an open air patio on the upper level. The patio, enclosed from all sides to protect the space from outside noise, provides calm open air seating. The vegitation layer, which covers the cantilevered giant canopy of the fuel station adds natural environment and acts as a "ecological shield" for the terrace.