Archive for the ‘hotels & restaurants’ category

IHG Crowne Plaza by Matthews Mee Ltd., London – UK

October 26th, 2017

Complemented with limed oak & carrara marble sufaces, delicate & elegant fret lazer cut steel screen divide the spaces without creating barriers & provide enticing glimces from one to the next, finished off with bespoke over scaled art work & mirror to add interest & reflect light.

Bian Dang restaurant by Vie Studio, Wolli Creek – Australia

October 26th, 2017

Having a simple yet clean colour palette, the attention is drawn to the food that’s served. Many of Bian Dang’s food are a culinary mashup of traditional flavours and contemporary processes.

Gold 800 Experience Centre by Spacemen, Shanghai – China

October 26th, 2017

A rich palette of brass metal strips and white volakas marble line the entrance foyer and stretch the entire corridor to the members only lounge area. ‘Where culture embraces the future’, was the approach we adopted to showcase the brands vast portfolio of luxury services and and endless number of limited edition products available to their members.

Kento Shop by Masquespacio, Valencia – Spain

October 25th, 2017

That way we can see that a set of metallic elements, bricks and concrete show an urban and modern aspect, while through wood a touch of warmness is added to the design. To be highlighted is the fact that Kento mainly offers take away food, although a small space inside has been set up to provide the local visitors to take their food immediately inside.

Jim’s Malaysia restaurant by Vie Studio, Miranda – Australia

October 25th, 2017

Resembling Malaysia’s “village house” concept, daily used fishing tools such as fishing nets and crates, traditional timber claddings and lattice screens are used in the interior.

Steel House luxury hostel by Duncalf, Copenhagen – Denmark

October 25th, 2017

Formerly home to the Danish Union of Metalworkers, the building has now been transformed into an urban, incandescent luxury hostel, the rawness of which has been preserved.

146 I Love Coffee by Yellow Office architecture

October 24th, 2017

The area allocated for this space was the parking lot of the building. We wanted to create a covered yet open space that could be used not only by the smokers but also by other employees for a coffee break.

Cupbob Korean BBQ by High Street, Jakarta – Indonesia

October 24th, 2017

Acknowledging that the first start of the brand was in a food truck in Salt Lake City, Utah, we developed a design scheme that plays with similar industrial material as a truck, in this case yellow painted coruggated panels.

FOODYDO Wrap Bar by DA architects, Saint-Petersburg – Russia

October 23rd, 2017

FOODYDO Wrap Bar by DA architects, Saint-Petersburg – Russia

Chocomelt café by party/space/design, The Avenues Mall, Kuwait

October 20th, 2017

For Chocomelt, this is the second branch located in The Avenue, the largest semi-outdoor Hi-end shopping mall in the country. The idea of designs was initially researching from the brand, itself, with three words: valuable, craft and process.

Babila hostel by Studio Arx2, Milan – Italy

October 19th, 2017

The structure’s lofty spaces have luckily been retained, and now that they’ve been paired with a minimalist aesthetic and modern materials, the venue has acquired a new freshness and vibe.

EP restaurant by A3 Vision, Jiaxing – China

October 19th, 2017

The metal wine rack is partitioned and grid-shaped in such a way that the spatial shape becomes light and transparent. After this upgrading project, in addition to the Chinese and western food, the restaurant additionally has a food supermarket next to the coffee bar counter

Maxim restaurant by Piuarch, Moscow – Russia

October 18th, 2017

The space is fluid, structured like a loft on several levels, with exposed concrete, wide plank flooring in dark wood, glass, metal and Chester-style sofas, bars where cocktails are mixed, and aged leather and tartan fabric details.

‘Wichcraft restaurant by Mapos, New York – USA

October 16th, 2017

Shortly after the Tribeca Opening, ’wichcraft asked Mapos to apply their new concept to a flagship location in New York’s historic Garment District on 38th Street and Broadway.

Mat Bar by Haf Studio, Reykjavik – Island

October 13th, 2017

Mat Bar’s bright-green counter and graphic floor tiles impart an unexpected warmth and charm to the interior. Located in a neighbourhood of Reykjavík which has recently undergone a revival, Mat Bar exudes a fresh and inviting atmosphere that complements this context.

Voda bar by Korpus, Moscow – Russia

October 13th, 2017

The ground floor setting at Voda comprises of exposed brick walls, embellished with precision cut-outs filled with architectural forms and objects, a plaster-cast bar with stools accompanied by a large table, a dark wooden ledge that subtly runs along one side of the room, and last but not least, a limestone-covered staircase whose robust spatial features amplify the visual drama. Upstairs the atmosphere shifts to homey and relaxing with a lounge area to match.

Salón Sociedad by Communal + OTRA Arquitectura, Monterrey – Mexico

October 12th, 2017

Salón Sociedad creates a warm and joyful experience; a family environment just like Sociedad Cuauhtémoc y Famosa. The Malinche chair, iconic chair made in Monterrey by Muebles Malinche and made popular by Cervecería Cuauhtémoc by producing branded versions and selling them to local bars and pubs to a low cost.

“Mockingbird” bar by Insight Studio, Minsk – Belarus

October 11th, 2017

The creation of the bar was inspired by the work of Hieronymus Bosch “Ship of Fools”. Reproduction of this painting is placed in the center of the hall.

The Pool Eindhoven by ninetynine, Eindhoven – The Netherlands

October 11th, 2017

The Pool Eindhoven by ninetynine, Eindhoven – The Netherlands

Coffee shop by Studio Tate, Sydney – Australia

October 10th, 2017

The brief given to Melbourne-based Studio Tate was to create a luxurious finish for the coffee shop, which has branches in various Australian cities. But it also had to fit with Woods Bagot’s design for the building.