Archive for the ‘hotels & restaurants’ category

12th Food Street restaurant by Design Plus (D+), Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

April 18th, 2018

By using variations of local reclaimed materials and furniture, the atmosphere brings a touch of cozy and old time authenticity to visitors. The design strongly recalls a golden time of Saigon that called The Peal of Far East Asia.

Omar’s Place Mediterranean restaurant by Sella Concept, London – UK

April 16th, 2018

The flush of warm peach is deepened by rust-hued suede banquettes while end-cut natural wood flooring primes the space from below. The playful terrazzo bar snakes through the interior like a coastline and responds to the deep jewel tones of the teal armchairs. The energetic materiality of brass is the red thread throughout the space, as pendant light fixtures orbit the bar and a brass door frame reflects a golden glow.

Cuisine de Garden BKK by IF (Integrated Field), Bangkok – Thailand

April 15th, 2018

The restaurant design is meant to be an escape space from the buzzing city indulging into the imaginative garden. Once visitors step into the place, they will be amazed by different sizes of real trees that were selected and planted freely which are similar to random seating. These design approaches create not only chilllax atmosphere like dining in real garden but also generate perfect space between seating.

Rua da Cunha Macau hotpot by Golucci Interior Architects, Beijing – China

April 13th, 2018

The rest space of this restaurant is more private, which are suitably used as compartments. Meanwhile, it can improve the efficiency of the whole space. We mainly used the logs, other natural materials and the most primitive methods to create a rich spatial effect.

Bangkok Midtown Hotel by Plan Architect, Bangkok – Thailand

April 12th, 2018

The front side is gradually opened to be a welcome main approach of the building. In the courtyard, the pillar-alike vertical fins represent the traditional Thai temple pillar. At the end of the group of pillars, reflecting glass wall is designed and situated in order to create a visual continuous hall.

BEN THANH Restaurant by NISHIZAWAARCHITECTS, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

April 11th, 2018

The inside filter, inspired from the high-side windows of the Market, is a large glass-jalousie partition composed of about 1,000 pieces of tempered glass. It breaks the reflection image of the neighboring cityscape and changes its visual appearance with various conditions such as the glass angles, the sun direction, the weather or the seasons – inscribing the building in a slow rhythm.

Yaposhka restaurant by Canape, Kharkiv – Ukraine

April 10th, 2018

The main space-forming element was the skeleton — a key element of Japanese aesthetics. The help of the whole factory was needed for its manufacture, and the total length of the pipes of the whole structure was almost five kilometers. In contrast to brutal, “street” materials such as brick and concrete, all furniture in the interior is smooth, tactile and made of natural materials — wood and plywood.

Crabber restaurant by Archpoint, Moscow – Russia

April 9th, 2018

The restaurant itself is one hall space. The democratic approach to the organization of space is preserved by common dining table surrounded by vintage chairs of barbershops converted into bar stools.

The Yays – Crane Apartment by Edward van Vliet, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 7th, 2018

As the crane has been out of commission for so many years, with its fate uncertain, this project deserves applause for its reuse of such an unorthodox space. At the hotel’s opening ceremony, the last crane operator, commented on how happy he was to see the old structure get a ‘new life.’

FOODKURT restaurant by kplus konzept, Leipzig – Germany

April 6th, 2018

Exposed copper pipes, concrete or tiles on walls and tables, lighting and furniture made of metal and wood in industrial style, give the restaurant authenticity and individuality. Even the floor offers surprising details – animal graphics worked into the plaster!

Taliwang Bali restaurant by Metaphor Interior Architecture, Jakarta – Indonesia

April 6th, 2018

Eclectic choices of materials in Taliwang Bali restaurant include natural elements that are associated with the origin of Bali cuisine served in this restaurant. Rattan style chairs and varied pendant lamps reflect the authentic and traditional lifestyle that is offered by Bali rural areas; the location of scenic terraced rice paddies.

The Coffee House Signature by BODC, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

April 5th, 2018

Therefore, our design is based on that orientation, we created a central coffee bar that our customers could launch their vision to the entire spaces from their sits. Besides, we also have an area that people could use it as a co-working space with nice views of the garden through a large glass frame.

Ledu Wine Bar and Restaurant by party/space/design, Bangkok – Thailand

April 5th, 2018

They revamped the existing plating bar and beverage bar by using natural material that are simple and not expensive, such as, bamboo weave. Wooden pillar with iron border was painted in brass and smoking black colour which can make the main counter look sexier and more interesting.

BiteToEat restaurant by HAO Design, Taipei City – Taiwan

April 4th, 2018

The assortment of goods are displayed on a modern black iron stand, which is not only convenient for shoppers, but also attracts passing guests to stop and take a look. Next to the “Little Bazaar”, a spiral staircase with ample lighting on top uses the green belt background it creates to lead people into different levels of spatial narratives.

The Student Hotel Campus by Masquespacio, Barcelona – Spain

April 4th, 2018

The property was designed in an eclectic style that fuses materials, colors and textures. You’ll recognize some Memphis style with a little bit of Seventies vintage and an industrial aesthetic, among others. Each corner, decorative detail and visual element aspires to blend perfectly with a student lifestyle by being part of their daily activities and aiming to be a source of inspiration for them.

Grandma Bakery&Cafe by Zemberek Design, Istanbul – Turkey

April 3rd, 2018

Dominance of white in different patterns and materials used in the store formed basis of the atmosphere in points of matching up with brand’s corporate identity and supporting the integrated construct. As warm and familiar materials like solid wood and ceramic refer to warm identity of the store, hand-made and distressed brass details are used for supporting brand’s artisan attitude.

Swingers West End by Zachary Pulman Design Studio, London – UK

April 3rd, 2018

Unusual elements within the design include the bar which is 28-metres long inside a bandstand, and the food stands, which are modern beach huts where the panelling has been designed to make the total appearance like an axonometric drawing (they look 3D but they are 2D). To further compliment the 1920s English Riviera brief, we took traditional iconography and re-interpreted it with a modern twist.

Via Maris bistro by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

April 2nd, 2018

After entering, customers are greeted with a brightly colored mural map of the Mediterranean opposite an intimate bar marked by hanging globe lights. Natural wood bistro chairs and tables with marble tops accommodate small and large groups.

Bar Elce by AFA Arredamenti, Perugia – Italy

April 1st, 2018

Bar Elce is a welcoming place where brown tones prevail, alternating with the blue of the counter. The seats are in light wood and the stools are dark as the ceiling. Comfortable beige sofas invite guests to relax and enjoy a cup of coffee. Original warm light lamps descend from the ceiling.

El Califa taqueria by Esrawe Studio, Mexico City – Mexico

March 30th, 2018

High-shine midnight blue tiling on the ceiling and peripheral walls sets off a rambunctious terrazzo floor, which soaks in the golden circle motif and enlivens the space with a bright ease. Every element has the purpose of engagement – the reflective floor-to-ceiling glass windows and richly textured surfaces in the space are designed to draw the eyes of the crowds of foot traffic walking along the Avenida de los Insurgentes.