BAH restaurant by Tellini Vontobel Arquitetura, Porto Alegre – Brazil

June 10th, 2013 by retail design blog

With balcony facing the Guaiba River and zenithal lighting – glass ceiling with natural light – the Bah was thought to be an extension of what we imagine to the concept of sophistication. The Bah serves the enjoyment of the table, but the entire set of architectural and decorative helps transform the moment into pure pleasure. For the atmosphere is in tune, the architect Evelise Tellini Vontobel made the right choices so that everything has charm and originality.

“We have a variety of environments with its own personality, external spaces with fireplaces, bar downstairs with a super cellar five feet tall, bar upstairs where you can hold special events with charm, making the interior extends through porch with a view of the bottom Guaíba “describes the professional who created environments.

There are 150 seats in the internal space of the restaurant and 60 in the two balconies overlooking the Guaiba. The selected tables are round, with swivel chairs. The exclusive floor, granite brushed presents coverage with pigment matte black, alternating with wood.









http://www.arthitectural.com/tellini-vontobel-arquitetura-bah/

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