Archive for the ‘hotels & restaurants’ category

M stand café by Atelier XÜK, Shanghai – China

May 25th, 2018

The continuous terrazzo floor extends onto the wall surface, emphasizing on the depth of the space. The black Corian counter and polished stainless steel panels break down and lead the line of view at the middle and background, with the mirror at the very end of folding the space and pulling the sight back to the street.

The Commons restaurant and bar by Studio Modijefsky, Maastricht – The Netherlands

May 25th, 2018

The industrial theme is continued across the additional two levels. The mezzanine, a bright and cosy space filled with custom made tables and banquet seats is located above the kitchen. The basement, connected to the ground floor by a dark steel staircase, is designed to hold events such as concerts, poetry nights and book readings.

Aranya Kid’s restaurant by Wutopia Lab, Qinhuangdao – China

May 24th, 2018

Directly from the outdoor stairs, first stepping into the light forest on the second floor. Under the soft lighting of the light ceiling, the matte PVC pipe encloses a circular dining hall and two private dining room surrounded by polycarbonate panels. Circular, diffuse lighting, white tones make you losing sense of texture, scale, and direction to this space.

Kaito Japanese eatery by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

May 24th, 2018

The use of dark timber in the restaurant compliments the overall vision of Kaito’s design and reflects the mood of dining in Japan’s hidden bars. Feature bulkhead frames are inspired by the simplicity of Japanese lifestyle which frames the parameter of the sushi train.

Campo dei Fiori Mall food court by HIT arcHITects, Gavirate – Italy

May 23rd, 2018

The dining areas, which enliven the space and serve a wide variety of dishes, blend together through the iconic oak boiserie surmounted by an artican white Corian plan, which connects the entire space.

Pujol restaurant by JSa, Mexico City – Mexico

May 23rd, 2018

We found opportunities in the pre-existences, adapted them and integrated them by enlarging light inputs, eliminating physical barriers that isolated spaces from each other, and removing false ceilings to reinforce the horizontal character of the project, increasing height in some parts and lowering it in others.

Leo’s Coney Island by Studio H2G, Romulus – Michigan

May 22nd, 2018

The design is unique since it combines a nationally recognized American diner with a contemporary aesthetic of a world class international airport that must serve a wide range of customers – from business travelers to families and everything in between.

Bar by B.L.U.E. Architecture Design Studio, Chongqing – China

May 21st, 2018

The industrial atmosphere of the steel plate and the cordial wood form a strong contrast and collision. As a two-story room area, each box uses different scales and windows to adapt to different spatial needs, rich changes make each box full of personality.

Ellis Burger by Not Before Ten, Maasmechelen – Belgium

May 20th, 2018

Ellis Burger by Not Before Ten, Maasmechelen – Belgium

Paloma Cafe by dongqi Architects, Shanghai – China

May 19th, 2018

The pump and mechanical details are intentionally exposed within a metal casework. An old wood beam of the original building is exposed as well to give a contrast between old and new. To mimic the texture of the coffee machine, the designers choose to use the white stone as the material of the counter from the facade all the way into interior space.

Highroad restaurant by Foolscap Studio, Canberra – Australia

May 18th, 2018

A supplementary palette in gold gradients is woven throughout the space, linking the old and new architectural elements. An inherited ornamental ceiling meets with elegant wood panelling, exposed brick walls and concrete beams. Contemporary metal tables and cabinets in pale blue create yet another layer of contrast.

The Platter restaurant by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

May 18th, 2018

The restaurant is divided into several areas by the patterns on the ceiling and the floor. The feature ceiling in the buffet corner is one of the most distinctive elements of the design. Part of the linear lines on the ceilings is designed to be concave, in order to enhance the height and bring a sense of space.

The Chi Boutique Hotel by Design Plus, Hanoi – Vietnam

May 17th, 2018

At the entrance, a small wooden house for entrance to a Chinese dim-sum restaurant located in the basement. A wood round-shape staircase observed all visions by black wiring, crystal light balls and bronze in middle.

Ramen Musashi by Golucci Interior Architects, Hangzhou – China

May 17th, 2018

Go into the dining space, a great quantity of gratings and colour assortment(wood and white) has brought a strong impact of Japanese style. There is a ring bar in the middle of space which is a micro landscape with innumerable mountains and valleys by using moss and stone. Among this area, we are not only decorate space lively, but also make people and food, people and space to interflow on their feeling and mood.

Sky Tea House by DC Design, Fuzhou – China

May 16th, 2018

Design of the whole space focuses on the release and convergence of materials, lights and artistic conception. It perfectly illustrates the essence of internal serenity and external quietness without leaving any traces.

Salsa Shop by Ninetynine, The Hague – The Netherlands

May 15th, 2018

A very recognisable tile pattern of white, pale pink and red tiles of various sizes covers walls, ceiling and floor of the first three metres of the restaurant. A counter table along the facade allows people to look outside while enjoying their food. A communal table for ten completes this area.

ONE teahouse by Minax Architects, Shanghai – China

May 14th, 2018

The round window facing the street and the rectangular entrance door which looks out over a garden have a mysterious meaning which is relieved by ancient chinese saying — ‘a circle has a tendency of auto-rotating, and a square has a tendency of stability.’

Café Blá by ALPHA RKD & LOVA, Munich – Germany

May 14th, 2018

The materials reflect the harsh and unpredictable nature of Iceland. For this, typical colors were defined as blue (blá) and yellow. Through the use of concrete, oak wood and felt, the colors blue and yellow are supported.

Mary´s Coffee Club by ALPHA RKD & LOVA, Munich – Germany

May 11th, 2018

The space is divided into two color worlds (theme worlds) almost in the middle: the corall / powder / gray combines with copper and cognac colored leather and a pink marble as a table top and forms the guest / sitting area.

Orange Octopus by ALPHA RKD & LOVA, Kempten – Germany

May 11th, 2018

The interior design also reflects this: sturdy reclaimed wood in the counter cover is vis-à-vis the cement tile, which emphasizes the position of the counter. Small subtleties, such as the special production of lighting above the counter in the industry look, give the concept the desired refinement.