Worn timber floors contrast with the luxurious aesthetics of the main dining room, including navy and pink velvet seating, marble tables and brass lighting fixtures.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Blenheim Design have created an atmospheric Japanese fine dining environment with embodies a luxurious feel throughout the entire restaurant interior. The warm ambience is achieved through use of soft indirect lighting and an earthy harmonious colour palette which offsets with luxurious brass and bronze metal detailing.
In the round holes of the panels, the plants are placed. These herbs are also functional – the сhef can use them for the cooking. Urban panorama of St. Petersburg viewed from the 41st floor harmoniously continues the interior through the materials (wood, steel) and low-key colors used in the design of this space.
Decided to bring the hexagonal shape with circle to form of domed ceiling structure, so that we can feel the curvature of the moon. And added hexagonal lusters with white acrylic gives the resemblance of the real moon. Mixing the ceiling structure with a wooden texture gives more depth to the focal point of the concept.
We have gone with the darker tones and hard materials complementing light timber and natural bamboo with an open kitchen concept overlooking the restaurant allow customers to observe the sushi chef in action. Custom made suspended feature mesh ceiling as well as cooper pipe lightings over the booth seatings were designed for this project.