It was designed with two major elements: the first one is a central wooden piece which is planned to work as a large table for customers; the second element is an equipped and practical bar counter, in line with the table. This solid wooden piece clearly fits in the room.
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While being a relatively small and narrow space, the Design Team did not want the restaurant to feel cramped and claustrophobic, but light and airy. With a concept based on a 1950’s retro diner with a modern twist, mid-century modern furniture was chosen and specified in addition to the use of white painted brick and clean-lined, red light fixtures to tie the space back to the Kellogg’s brand.
Customers are treated as guests in Simon’s house, where everything is designed to make them feel good: the music, low lights, mirrors and colored velvet furnishing. The experience is enchanting and immersive: cocktails are unusual and can be chosen from menus collected by the host during his trips around the world or improvised by the inspiration of the moment.
BLEND’s design caters to the taste of young techies populating the area of the industrial zone. Based on the location and the young demographic of the area, it was decided to have a minimalist approach to the design of both visual identity and interior, following the principles of the icon of clean design in the tech industry – Apple.
Resulting from the restoration of 14 Sevillian houses from the 16 century with a great historic value, the hotel is located inside the true heart of the city of Seville, just a few meters away from the emblematic Giralda and the Cathedral of Santa María Reyes, the biggest gothic temple in the world.
SLEEEP®– the new capsule hotel concept by homegrown spatial product developer Space is Ltd., provides high quality, eco-friendly sleeping environments for clients on an hourly or nightly basis from their pilot location on 242 Queens Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, halfway along a staircase between Queen’s Road Central and Gough Street.
The whole space works as a buffer towards indoor and outdoor with multiple sections of spaces to sit and relax, from private to a more public outdoor. With hanging bookshelf in the middle, the articulation of material from raw ceiling to more subtle green wall gives a more dramatic end to the space.