Archive for the ‘hotels & restaurants’ category

Heng Jih in 1989 restaurant by T.M Design Studio, Taichung – Taiwan

June 4th, 2017

The interior style is a combination of Asian and western. A large number of French glass windows are incorporated which really lights up the room. Considering this is a commercial space, the materials used here need to be easy to maintain such as wall tiles, stainless steel working surface and cement finish floor.

Libby’s & Bakery by Keren Offner, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 2nd, 2017

A soft color palette was chosen based on touches of yellow. Black and simple looking tables emphasize a wall covered with wood. Wooden chairs upholstered with different tons of gray contribute to the relaxed yet urban atmosphere.

Dock House by mar.s architects & out of eart.h architecture, Prague – Czech Republic

June 2nd, 2017

The oak furniture wooden elements stand out thanks to monochrome interior, including the gemstone of the restaurant – Dry Ager – where the meat matures.

Grand Hyatt Tokyo hotel by NAO Taniyama & Associates, Tokyo – Japan

June 1st, 2017

Hyatt brand has always strived for innovation reflecting the essence of each generation from an acute angle. A simple brief for this project was given by Hyatt – “Banquet with a Residential Feel”.

KLANG & CO. asian food depot by PNEUARCH, Victoria – Australia

June 1st, 2017

The artificial identity of the crane is counterpoised by the suspended tables, translucent screen wall which signify sea bubble and the sea; and level of bright glimpse effect throughout the spatial arrangement, embodied the illumination atmosphere of the Klang depot’s night life.

Chop Urban Grill restaurant by Todor Cosmin, Cluj Napoca – Romania

May 31st, 2017

The color scheme was thought of as a dialogue between warm and cool colors: from the dark brown, almost black, to the bluish gray of the upholstery and wall finishes. The use of warm wood fiber, present on the flooring, the tables, the bar table top and wine table, along with the use of red Bordeaux for bar stools, perfectly complements and balances the whole color palette on a cooler note.

Bowlero bar by CallisonRTKL, North Brunswick Township – New Jersey

May 31st, 2017

Bowlero is designed as a retro, hipster-inspired, immersive experience – an escape from the day-to-day. A vintage, 1969 fire-engine-red Ford Mustang convertible, the first of the venue’s many Instagrammable moments, greets visitors at the entrance.

Takashi Ochiai store by +o+a arquitectes, Barcelona – Spain

May 31st, 2017

Talking about materials, the project starts with the idea to keep the original brick walls, trying to preserve the industrial aspect of the area, and mixing this material with black iron and wood creating an attractive contrast between cold and warm elements.

KFC Huating Road by YUMChina, Shanghai – China

May 30th, 2017

Design elements that are familiar to the local household back in the days have been adopted in the store, such as texture glasses, boutique sofa, patterned flooring, and bubble lights. YUMChina invited Shanghai based artists to illustrate a wall mural depicting a panoramic scene of the once famous Huating Road Clothes Market.

APBO cafe by Studio PLP, Bangkok – Thailand

May 30th, 2017

From the back of the shop, you will see the minimal surreal space, imagine the campfire in the forest – the wood left and the lighthouse lamp. Imagine you sit under the two big tree and the leaf about to blown away follow the wind to the grass into the ground.

Hyatt Place Hotel Luoyang by BLVD, Luoyang – China

May 29th, 2017

Stones and tiles, dark copper, textured glass, and warm wood create an earthy architectural foundation into which subtle textures and sculptural forms are layered. Screen elements maintain the transparency and connection between spaces while provoking curiosity within the guests.

Comptoir Cafe & Wine by B3 Designers, London – UK

May 29th, 2017

Downstairs, the walls are adorned with an exceptional selection of wine and champagnes while diners are able to sit at the antiqued copper communal dining table, which sits centrally in the space. A secluded ‘members room’ tucked around the corner will allow diners the opportunity to host a private celebration in a characteristic lounge with a private library feel.

Coa Hamburg restaurant by DiPPOLD, Hamburg – Germany

May 28th, 2017

You can find the two floors area with a beautiful gallery, allowing you a fantastic view all over the place with all its beautiful corners, highlights and the open kitchen. Wall claddings made of old wood, or a bar cladding of corrugated iron as well as the flooring in the look of paving stones intend to act improvised while symbolizing the streets of Hong Kong.

Transit restaurant by Portal Architects, Rehovot – Israel

May 27th, 2017

Shipping ropes add a dramatic nature to the bar area and rusted iron lives alongside oak bars. The design aimed to create general breathing space, openness and bare glances, both inside and out.

Yachtclub Chiemsee by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Prien am Chiemsee – Germany

May 26th, 2017

The bar is covered with canvas, the predominant metal is brass, model ships and photos of significant sailing events decorate the walls. Yet alternating surfaces in stone and wood also reflect on the down-to-earth character of the club. A mobile sofa is reminiscent of a hull.

GOP Piano Bar by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Bonn – Germany

May 26th, 2017

A diversified spatial and ceiling design serves to divide the guest area into various zones that form cosy niches, but can also be used by larger groups. The proposal is rounded off by the Piano Bar – a striking place with an inviting atmosphere, comfortable sofas and snugly armchairs or high tables and barstools, depending on the mood.

Ah-chu ice cream café by Wanderlust, Gimpo – South Korea

May 26th, 2017

We have focused on creating visually effective counter design as the pick-up zone is considered one of the spaces with frequent guests flow and sale. We created design to make association with a kitchen in which ice cream and churros are made.

Glenelly restaurant, tasting room and glass museum by Inhouse Brand Architects, Stellenbosch – South Africa

May 25th, 2017

The corner of the bar reveals an engraved map of the farm, indicating where one can find Glenelly’s Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay vineyards. A selection of extraordinary hand-blown glass lights hang suspended over the bar.

Sazenka restaurant by Design Studio Crow, Tokyo – Japan

May 25th, 2017

Guests are welcomed by a display of the Chinese tea tools that provided the inspiration for the name of the restaurant, and soft light that guides them into the dining area. High-quality materials like stucco, warm walnut, and mortar walls were chosen for the interior, all meant to be minimalist and chosen for their high quality.

St. Yves Club by SWATCHROOM, Washington D.C.

May 25th, 2017

The grandeur of the space is anchored by its historic architecture, most notably the soaring 13ft tall arched windows lining the exterior walls. The palette, materials, and patterns of gold and deep navy solidify the finished package.