Posts Tagged ‘bar’

Kondo Museum by Mamiya Shinichi Design Studio, Kyoto – Japan

March 20th, 2018

Various hues of dark gray and dim lighting characterize the museum’s atmosphere and accentuate materials such as stone, bamboo, plaster and traditional japanese paper found on the walls, ceiling and floor.

MOJO Cacao chocolate by Soul & Money

March 14th, 2018

MOJO Cacao is a unique project of craft “Bean to bar” vegan chocolate. Bean to bar is the process of making chocolate from cocoa beans to product presentation. The packaging design is telling about 100% natural hand-crafted product.

Lowerline restaurant by Studio Vural, New York City

March 9th, 2018

As the signature dish implies, the overall design was inspired by the po-boy dives of New Orleans- high volume sandwich shops popular with working class “poor boys” of the day. The historic neighborhood shops are simple yet elaborate with memorabilia, mahogany wood, cement tiles and long central counters for service.

Lasan restaurant by Faber Design & Architecture, Birmingham – UK

March 8th, 2018

A new customer-focussed layout includes relocation of the bar area, which was originally in the main dining room. Now a dramatic U-shape with eye-catching brass detailing, it’s a real focal point and one of the first things guests see as they enter the restaurant.

Royal Hotel by Space Copenhagen, Copenhagen – Denmark

February 28th, 2018

Original marble floors have been reinstalled across the ground floor, alongside wood and marble wall panels. The space was opened up to create a seamless flow between the lobby and the restaurant and bar, with floor-to-ceiling wooden screens used to create subdivisions.

Roster Bar and Restaurant by Bond Agency, Helsinki – Finland

February 28th, 2018

Roster’s design complements the style of the cuisine. Interiors are a mix of captivating elements, custom made furniture with a vintage twist, both raw and refined materials as well as hand picked design objects.

Gaspar_ the club by G2lab, Arta – Greece

February 27th, 2018

The main design concept principles were appropriate lighting, which is vital for creating the right atmosphere in such places, as well as the construction of different levels for achieving not only the best possible functionality of the long and narrow space, but also a good visual contact from any point within it.

La Roquesa restaurant bar by Plasma Nodo, Manizales – Colombia

February 24th, 2018

The interior design concept comes from the aesthetics of motorcycle workshops, from speed, from highways and roads, and it was defined between PLASMA NODO and CJ MARTINS.

SNOOZZ Cafe by davidsign, Oradea – Romania

February 23rd, 2018

We painted part of the walls and the ceiling in dark grey to add contrast and intimacy to the atmosphere. For warmth, we opted for the wooden finishes of the tables & chairs, paired with the soft, textured fabric that hugs the chairs.

Hwanan Tteok-bbokki stand by Flymingo Design, Seoul – Korea

February 16th, 2018

The same design team expressed the concept which the brand intends to express in a totally different way from the existing style / with a completely new & a lot more definite brand image, and intuitively by throwing away a red-color expression, or the elements used in general snack stand without hesitation.

Blast Taipei by Howard Yu, William Sun / Studio In2, Taipei City – Taiwan

February 1st, 2018

Arc-shaped lights lead the rhythm of the game, surrounding people with an exciting atmosphere; at the same time, the styling of arcs and lines of movement maintains a sense of unrestrained freedom, making people feel as though they are in an adult paradise. In the rear of the space, behind the DJ platform, a smooth cement pillar resembles a trophy with a modern linear design.

Denk Fabrik 2 by Gruppo Decorativo, Karlsruhe – Germany

January 26th, 2018

The second bar-restaurant of the Denk Fabrik chain, in Karlsruhe, was once again designed by the Gruppo Decorativo architectural studio, with different decorative and structural elements.

Porker bar & restaurant by Studio C8, Hong Kong

January 25th, 2018

The overall interior scheme combines a stylish element and the warmth of wood to create a cozy place, which has a fashionable and causal ambience. A special feature in the space is the wall decoration, which has been selected a characteristic wall covering to reflect the name of the bar “Porker”.

Wagyu Bar by Emocon Design, Da’an District / Taipei City – Taiwan

January 11th, 2018

The designer used mustard yellow and coral dark green leather to enhance the fashion and vivid atmosphere. You can indulge in the space while you are having your premium meal.

Flat Track Coffee by Lilianne Steckel Interior Design, Austin – Texas

December 15th, 2017

Working with the bones of the building and the neighborhood, LSID and Flat Track wanted to highlight the industrial nature of the space with the clients’ passions. Ranging from a passion for roasting coffee to riding motorcycles and BMX.

Løgismose ILLUM by Jensen Retail Group, Copenhagen – Denmark

December 14th, 2017

Jensen Retail’s three-in-one concept is both elegant, simple and functional, and is focusing on leading the costumers quickly and easily around the store. It has been a clear goal to emphasise the simplicity of the concept by dragging the gourmet goods and the good taste all the way to the front.

Kanarie Club by Studio Modijefsky, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

December 14th, 2017

Digging deep into the history of the building, Studio Modijefsky has created a design with strong references to the past. As a tram depot there were several activities taking place in the space giving service to the run down trams, such as electricity, paint, wood and metal work.

Sir Ovenn Bakery by Shark&Shark, Shanghai – China

December 12th, 2017

Jumping triangles on counter and flooring are cut from black square tiles. Halos from hairline finish brass gives a warm and savoury ambience to the space.

Big Wine Freaks bar by B-Arch, Moscow – Russia

December 12th, 2017

The chosen aesthetic projects an ornate pseudo-Russian style, and is captured by rich materials – mind you, there’s a lot of velvet – and a balanced infusion of colour.

Butchies restaurant by Block1: Design, Shoreditch / London – UK

December 9th, 2017

We started by looking at urban spaces and focused on the tile patterns of the Berlin underground. This is where we found the green tones which work to create a premium feel within the space as well as introducing an unexpected colour. We played with scale and colour to create interest and texture on the walls and counter.