Archive for the ‘restaurant’ category

KOI Kitchen by loopcreative, Sydney – Australia

July 1st, 2017

The bar’s design is a blend of Scandinavian wooden features combined with a Japanese twist. There will be handcrafted solid oak dovetail jointed timber joinery and European furniture set the tone over a warm terrazzo floor.

Lazy Su restaurant by BrandWorks, Canberra – Australia

June 29th, 2017

Designing the concept was both an exploration exercise into 80-90’s asian pop culture as it was re-imagining asian fusion so it would stand on its own as Canberra’s go-to place. Designed to be a flexible all-day dining asian eating house, the venue had to allow for counter-side lunches and asian tapas dining to late night whisky, sake bar and cocktails.

Trattoria Margarita by LOdesigner, Yekaterinburg – Russia

June 29th, 2017

The main attribute of the kitchen is a wood stove for pizza, which was decided to take out into the hall. Thus, arose the concept of using natural materials in the interior and creating a copper column with firewood.

Amelia restaurant by Sestini & Corti, San Sebastian – Spain

June 28th, 2017

All the tables were handcrafted from solid wood obtained from old oak beams from old Tuscan farmhouses, a type of wood very special with its distinguished strong consistency and with its own various colored grain. The Chairs and the long Wall Bench at the Ground Floor were covered with an intense blue Ecological Leather, color used to recall the color of the Ocean, undisputed protagonist in the city of San Sebastian.

La Pasteria in Golden Hall by Chadios+Associates, Athens – Greece

June 28th, 2017

The biggest challenge we had to face was to create a warm, friendly atmosphere inside a spacious, open plan space with little room for interventions and changes of the existing shell. In the same time, we had to redefine the operation of the restaurant that had to adjust to the multiple needs of the users of the mall throughout the day and night.

Kavalierius restaurant by Ramūnas Manikas, Panevėžys – Lithuania

June 27th, 2017

Here you are offered to taste different coffee blends and try its different making techniques. Black and grey shades of floor tiles, metal constructions, window frames, shelves and furniture prevail in the interior.

White Metal Hut-LUCKY Kabob Bar by Robot 3, Beijing – China

June 26th, 2017

White Metal Hut-LUCKY Kabob Bar by Robot 3 Studio, Beijing – China

Baccanale restaurant by Afa Arredamenti, Roma – Italy

June 25th, 2017

The main element is the bar counter in afrormosia wood finishing equipped with transparent square display cases enhancing the food products. The space is designed for tasting Italian specialities overlooking the food preparation; the menu proposals are also available as product packaged ready to take away.

Fish Cheeks restaurant by Space NY, New York City

June 23rd, 2017

Colorful scalloped tiles and a shingled outdoor awning emulate fish scales and Thai temple roofing. Wooden wall panels give the interior a warm feel when the shadows cast from the hanging basket light fixtures, complemented by fresh greenery.

El Pescador fish market by Konrad Knoblauch, Sihlbrugg – Switzerland

June 18th, 2017

El Pescador is much more than just an ordinary fish shop. It includes a shop, a small restaurant, and even a cookery school. El Pescador’s passion for quality fish and sustainable fishing is reflected throughout the 450-square metre shop.

Hofschenke restaurant by Konrad Knoblauch, Markdorf – Germany

June 17th, 2017

You won’t find plastic chairs or gaudy textiles here. Instead, there is a refurbished reclaimed wood ceiling and walls, granddad’s old lounge tables with a lick of white paint, brown and black leather benches, designer chairs by Vitra and Hay, black shelves and lattice boxes.

Mr. Sammi bistro bar by De Horeca Fabriek, Roermond – Netherlands

June 16th, 2017

When you enter their unique place you see a mix of materials with an eye for industrial, brass, marble, banana sheet wallpaper, steel and leather combined with velvet armchairs, bistro chairs and warm lamps make the ambience of the space intimate, cozy and exuberant at the same time.

Refreshment area at Monza hypermarket by A4A, Monza – Italy

June 16th, 2017

Separate areas are marked off by screens of natural wooden slats which with their lozenge pattern recall garden trellises. The areas are defined while keeping all the perspectives open, both internal and towards the outside through the glass view.

Bare Witness restaurant by moMA Architects, Sydney – Australia

June 15th, 2017

Internal space is planned open and free, which perfectly reflects the ambition of the restaurant and chef himself – to serve healthy, trendy, and tasty food experience that is simultaneously cozy yet exciting. Bare Witness wants their customers to have the whole new experience of dining, but one that engages them with comfort.

Bistrò Rossini by Afa Arredamenti, Faenza – Italy

June 14th, 2017

An elegant eclectic space characterized by natural and warm tones. Essential lines for the bar counter in stone finishing equipped with transparent square display cases enhancing the food products.

Da Portare VIA by Studio Modijefsky, Zwolle – Netherlands

June 13th, 2017

To emphasize the height of the ceilings, special large frames, angled forward, were created to decorate the walls. Some have been used to frame the pizza menu, bar menu and VIA logo and are an enhanced with the addition of indirect light and VIA’s bright yellow color. Lighting plays a leading role in the design of the interior.

Jack Daniel’s Barrel House 1-14 by Clickspring Design, Lynchburg – Tennessee

June 12th, 2017

Juxtaposing the rugged heavy timber-framed building with the exacting detail of a steel and glass framing system, the design brings together the historic, functional authenticity of the barrel house with detailing suitable for contemporary visitors engaged in close conversation.

Karl & Erick restaurant by Lemoal & Lemoal, Paris – France

June 12th, 2017

The two tubular lights attached to the frame on either side of the glass-encased entrance, are duplicated indoors in different guises. The original bar has been retained, but having been sandblasted, it now flaunts exposed light timber.

The Depot 11 by JWC by Think About, Puchong – Malaysia

June 11th, 2017

A sense of luxury was added to the industrial design concept and the hexagonal philosophy was cleverly used to include 6 main elements – iron, peacock blue, marble, copper, wood and plant.

Mission Taqueria restaurant by Chrysalis Studio, Philadelphia – Pennsylvania

June 11th, 2017

The interior would need to express the light, airy, fun, and relaxed recollections of Mexico while acknowledging, and holding dear, the urban city and raw interior in which these memories were shared.