Ator restaurant by Expose Architecture, Tehran – Iran

November 22nd, 2011 by retail design blog

Ator is a 50 Square meter restaurant which was established in 2010 in Tehran, Iran. From the start of the design process it struggled with many needs and requests of the employers. For example, the owner requested that, cleaning under tables should be simple and easy. Or because of the bad location of the restaurant and being far from the main street, we couldn’t maintain a good view of the street from inside the restaurant, so we decided to design the tables and chairs in the way that they didn’t have any legs, so the cleaning would be easy.

Designed by Expose Architecture

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