Archive for the ‘hotels & restaurants’ category

Blufish restaurant by SODA architects, Bejing – China

January 25th, 2018

To echo the theme of the restaurant and express the warmth of the scene, Soda team chose six kinds of hand-drawn fairytale patterns. They seem simple and familiar, and represent the underwater coral, aquatic plants, and schools of fish.

Superbaba restaurant by Studio Roselyn, Victoria – Canada

January 24th, 2018

The arched shapes are echoed in wall murals painted with blocks of light blue and forest green, while the back-of-house corridor is painted entirely in on-trend pale pink. The artwork on the walls was created by photographing Superbaba’s dishes, and then collaging and distorting the images.

Hotel National des Arts et Métiers by Raphael Navot, Paris – France

January 24th, 2018

In addition, the walls at la Chicchetteria – the hotel’s venetian-style tapas eatery – are clad in oxidized copper tubes, laboriously assembled by Ronan Masson in a non-repeating algorithm. The naturally occurring shades of metallic blue and green amidst the remaining copper hues impart what Navot calls ‘a particularly magical’ expression of time.

The Nomad Hotel by Jacques Garcia, Los Angeles – California

January 23rd, 2018

The guest rooms’ colour palette is drawn from the property’s fully restored gold and blue Italianate ceiling in the lobby, and each room is appointed with custom designed furnishings and original artwork from design studio Be-poles with many also featuring freestanding pedestal bathtubs.

Shababeek restaurant by Pallavi Dean Interiors, Sharjah – UAE

January 22nd, 2018

The exceptional detail poured into the design narrative is combined with a vibrant colour and materials palette of rich greens, brushed brass and neutral tones. The result is a restaurant with an elegant, sophisticated and, above all, contemporary design language.

Hotel Ease Access by ARTTA Concept Studio, Kwai Chung – Hong Kong

January 22nd, 2018

The concept is to bring in different elements such as concrete, wood and matte – with less reflection so that the rooms would have a balanced and comfortable atmosphere.

Slow Cook Fast Food Restaurant by Plot Architecture Office, Hong Kong

January 22nd, 2018

The brief asks for a neutral dining environment where the diners can focus on the “slow cook fast food” the restaurant serves, and therefore the design only defines the fundamental spatial forms of the interior intending for an undisturbed dining experience.

101 café by Far Office, Changsha Shi / Hunan Sheng – China

January 19th, 2018

We decided to locate a living room at the bottom of the plot, in the darkest area. We introduced plenty of pendant lamps, dropping from a square bamboo ceiling as the space centerpiece.

Grill Station by Andrey Perepechko, St. Petersburg – Russia

January 19th, 2018

The interior is designed by Andrey Perepechko is a solid industrial décor of metal and concrete combined with natural materials, like wood and marble. The bar stand is decorated with concert-style lighting. All the lines in design are straight and forms are strictly geometrical: big circular lamps or hexagon décor on the walls.

Lotte Concert Hall VIP lounge by Designbono, Seoul – South Korea

January 18th, 2018

Even without the usage of curves, the design and the tone of classical music compliments each other beautifully. A long diagonal line on the ceiling separates the room into two zones; a personal study zone with a bookshelf and a fabric finish, and a café zone with a wood louver finish for ceiling and walls.

Shababeek restaurant by Pallavi Dean, Sharjah – UAE

January 18th, 2018

Collaborating closely with Chedid, founder Pallavi Dean unites eclectic details of local and international origin and subtle Islamic patterns by drawing on the regional nature. The contemporary concept infuses organic images through geometric forms.

Villa Soro Hotel by Espacio en Blanco Estudio, San Sebastán – Spain

January 18th, 2018

Barbara Aurell’s intervention consisted in the rehabilitation of the common areas of the hotel, the lounge, the bistro and reading room – the three in one – enhancing its value and at the same time maintaining the spirit of the villa. “For me it has meant going back to my roots: we had to maintain the essence and soul of a house with a lot of history,” says Barbara Aurell.

Vegan Life Restaurant by Kryštof Blažek, Prague – Czech Republic

January 17th, 2018

Light colours, wood and a cosy interior – these characteristics lay at the heart of the client’s specifications. The space is broken up further by various types of seating. Long bar tables run along the front windows, and in addition to classic tables for two the space features several atypical group tables designed by studio minio.

Popeye Restaurant by Estudio Miriam Barrio, Barcelona – Spain

January 16th, 2018

The concept was to convey with the interior the fresh and Mediterranean essence that the restaurant menu was going to offer, and in this way, we represent it in the space through light and neutral colours, and craft production materials such as terracotta ceramics and string lamps.

Beyond Sushi by Gal Vaknin-Raz / Atal Design Group, New York

January 15th, 2018

Beyond Sushi strives to popularize a modern approach to traditional sushi by crafting dishes that are as pleasing to the eye as they are to the palate.

Original Bakery by D+space design, Jiangsu – China

January 15th, 2018

The first floor lets the sunlight in by using the large French windows, through the plants on the window to show mottled patterns on the ground, scattered seats and bars are in the sun, the ceilings are separated orderly by wooden grille, not only the sense of form is strong, but also it can make focusing, with warm lights to create the effect of indoor warm sun.

Takumi by Daisuke Mori restaurant by Mas Studio Ltd., Hong Kong

January 11th, 2018

Takumi by Daisuke Mori restaurant by Mas Studio Ltd., Hong Kong

Wagyu Bar by Emocon Design, Da’an District / Taipei City – Taiwan

January 11th, 2018

The designer used mustard yellow and coral dark green leather to enhance the fashion and vivid atmosphere. You can indulge in the space while you are having your premium meal.

Yen restaurant by Sybarite, London – UK

January 10th, 2018

The aesthetic is strongly influenced by Japanese culture, and given its innate sense of understatement, the settings feel distinctly contemporary at the same time. The design makes the most of the high ceilings, notably a timber treescape structure inspired by bamboo forests that recreates a tree canopy effect.

Poke & Co restaurant by Studio EM, Dubai – UAE

January 9th, 2018

We kept the palette very neutral with earthy tones coming through the use of greenery, the woods we used and the white tile. Essentially we broke the design down to 3 main components, greenery, timbers and tiles.