Farang restaurant by Futudesign, Stockholm

April 9th, 2013 by retail design blog

Farang is located in Norrmalm in the heart of Stockholm. Farang combines the intimacy of contemporary Asian restaurant with the urbanity of a Stockholm street level space. Ground floor of an old industrial building was turned into a 700 m² fine dining restaurant. The restaurant contains a dining hall with 160 seats, as well as a cocktail bar with 50 seats and cabinet. Industrial character and charm of the old space was kept while adding contemporary restaurant and cocktail bar facilities of very high quality.

The design makes a clear distinction between old and new elements by leaving the old space as a fully visible frame for the new functions. The simple material palette such as wood, steel, concrete and fabrics allows the enjoyment and visuality of food to take center stage.

Designed by Futudesign






















http://www.futudesign.com

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One thought on “Farang restaurant by Futudesign, Stockholm

  1. ikdesigns says:

    very good interior color combination is awesome

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