Archive for the ‘hotels & restaurants’ category

BELGO Brewery Pub by T3 Architecture Asia, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

February 6th, 2017

T3 decided to used second-hand bricks for the whole project, to get the “historical” touch in terms of design, then, to make the project as green as possible by recycling existing materials sourced directly in Saigon. To avoid overloading on structure, we cut in 2 pieces a part of the bricks to use it as wall finish for interior design.

Onoya sushi restaurant by Archiplan Studio, Brescia – Italy

February 5th, 2017

The space is intended for sale and take away foods with the capability to accommodate 20 seats. The project research the issues related to the relationship between the western and eastern culture.

LightArt Blossom Pendants at 51Fifteen resturant, Houston – Texas

February 5th, 2017

Using various floral fixtures, designers clustered one hundred and eighty handmade Blossom Pendants to serve as an elegant ceiling feature as well as a wayfinding element to guide customers into the adjoining retail space. The pendants, a part of LightArt’s Artisan collection, are crafted to stand on their own or in clusters, with flowing hand-shaped petals in soft neutral hues.

Carve restaurant by Melt Design Hub, London – UK

February 3rd, 2017

Featuring conveniences like totem pay stations, on-screen menus, cashless payments, self-service stations and one-step ordering, Melt has facilitated a fast, uncomplicated customer journey for Carve’s 140-square-meter space, enabling the restaurant to sustain a lunch capacity of 800 people while retaining a premium feel.

Giovanni restaurant by Alireza Shafiei, Tehran – Iran

February 3rd, 2017

The major goal of the design was to establish a space supplemented by ethnic style followed by distinct classic ideology in small portions. The restaurant menu includes Italian cuisine alongside dishes from all over Europe.

Golden Promise bar by jbmn, Paris – France

February 3rd, 2017

Designed by Paris-based architecture practice jbmn, the subterranean watering hole features a sophisticated interior which pairs vaulted ceilings and storied stone walls, sleek back-lit shelving and understated furniture.

Marriott Charles de Gaulle Hotel by Virserius Studio, Paris – France

February 2nd, 2017

Among the hotel’s highlights is the custom-made furniture and flooring, all designed by Virserius Studio specifically for the Marriott Charles de Gaulle. The ocean of lamps in the ceiling of the pre-function area, comprising lighting spheres of varying sizes, bring an element of surprise.

Wolfies Kitchen by Liqui Design, Brighton and Hove – UK

February 2nd, 2017

With this restaurant interior it isn’t just the material finishes that are the very best. The design goes to a much deeper level. The lighting, tables and chairs are unique and designed specifically for this interior. This is an interior designed and manufactured in its entirety at the Liqui’s Brighton based studio and workshop.

Kido Sushi Bar by DA Architects, St. Petersburg – Russia

February 2nd, 2017

Designed by DA Architects, their objective was to keep the 80 sqm restaurant interior neutral and simple. In total, 400 wooden triangles have been installed, representing DA architects‘ concept of creating an interior “shell”.

Before9 by Puddle + CHAB DESIGN, Kyoto – Japan

February 2nd, 2017

The originality of the beer tap handles is achieved by slicing off four sides of a cherry blossom branch to create an octagonal shape. The irregularity in length and color of the wooden handles adds to the unique character of the bar.

Sir Adam Hotel by Icrave, Amsterdam – Netherlands

February 1st, 2017

The newly opened Sir Adam Hotel features 107 rooms in four categories and a lavish suite, in addition to a series of cool public spaces and facilities, all designed by New York City-based design studio Icrave. These pads have been designed with the savvy urbanite in mind, and boast comfortable settings with an industrial edge and quirky personal touches.

The Dessert Kitchen cafe by Matt Woods, Sydney – Australia

February 1st, 2017

The 10-year-old chain specialises in health-conscious desserts that contain a minimal amount of fat and sugar. It obtained a site on the fringes of Chinatown for its first restaurant in Sydney. Taking cues from the food, Woods steered away from typical franchise restaurant elements and focused on natural materials that would create a “calming oasis”.

Bed One Block Hostel by A MILLIMETRE, Bangkok – Thailand

January 31st, 2017

Grain Bread and Brew by PUDDLE, Tokyo – Japan

January 31st, 2017

The ground floor of this building is the first outlet of craft sandwich brand, GRAIN BREAD AND BREW. The client is a drinkware maker, with many supporters from cafes and shops, both domestic and overseas. After traveling all over the world and being exposed to many different cultures, they wanted to express and share these experiences in the form of a sandwich as their new business.

Hotel Mapp by JYCArchitect + DCDAssociates, Taichung City – Taiwan

January 30th, 2017

As a design hotel, Hotel Mapp offers a different lodging experience than that of standard business hotels and motels. It may be low-key in a way, but it is the design that makes travelers feel at ease, while enjoying the deeper meaning of coming home.

America food court by Studio Dan Troim, Tel-Aviv – Israel

January 30th, 2017

American Plywood, originally used for wood construction, is a recurring motif. The walls in the area of the restaurant are covered with plywood boards, decorated with the work of some of Tel Aviv’s leading graffiti artists.

Wildwood restaurant by Design Command, Lincoln – UK

January 29th, 2017

By introducing several different seating areas, the vast space is broken up to create an exclusive dining experience and a welcoming atmosphere with each visit. Wildwood Lincoln features a cinema area with plush seating, which offers customers film screenings every Tuesday and Thursday.

Le Super Qualité restaurant by David Dworkind, Montreal – Canada

January 28th, 2017

W Prime Lobby by Michal Han, Tel-Aviv – Israel

January 27th, 2017

The vision of the project was to create a unique, colorful and vibrant space, which allows visitors to both feel a sense of home whilst simultaneously transporting them into a world of fresh and exciting possibilities.

KOTI pop-up hotel installation by Linda Bergroth, Paris – France

January 26th, 2017

Designed by Linda Bergroth, KOTI — meaning “home” in Finnish — celebrates the shared experience of a summer-cottage sleepover in Finland. The living pop-up installation is comprised of six cottages available to book on Airbnb for 100 days from january till may 2017.