Archive for the ‘hotels & restaurants’ category

Ibis Styles Grudziądz Hotel by Tremend, Grudziıdz – Poland

February 2nd, 2018

The latest design of Tremend architectural studio takes us to the times of knights’ tournaments, boisterous feasts and romantic ballads. Ibis Styles Grudziądz hotel is a skilful combination of the city’s centuries-old heritage and modernity.

WE NEW DO Beef Hot Pot Restaurant by Middle Interior Design, Shenzhen – China

February 1st, 2018

MID creates bushes and ground cover landscaping, where holstein dairy cows are interspersed, showing a quiet and pleasant atmosphere. Following the slight flavor of beef and stepping into the dining room, everywhere we could see is an interpretation of the design theme “urban ranch”.

Andaz Hotel by Ole Scheeren and André Fu, Singapore

February 1st, 2018

Taking cues from the property’s top location amidst the city’s most coveted neighbourhoods, the chosen aesthetic subtly incorporates locally inspired techniques, decorative details, furniture, art and fabric yet oozes a distinctly urban and dynamic feel.

Café-Office-Shop by Konrad Knoblauch GmbH, Markdorf – Germany

February 1st, 2018

As the unusual sounding name suggests, the 1500-square metre area consists of three parts: The office for some of the roughly 240 staff members, the shop for designer furniture from Knoblauch’s own production or from well-known brands, and the semi-public café.

Daodao coffee by HAD Architects & EPOS, Intime City / Chengdu – China

February 1st, 2018

Woods with warm colors can create a natural and comfortable atmosphere; overlapping dark metal punched panels play a role of rail to partly shield the space and keep the privacy.

Blast Taipei by Howard Yu, William Sun / Studio In2, Taipei City – Taiwan

February 1st, 2018

Arc-shaped lights lead the rhythm of the game, surrounding people with an exciting atmosphere; at the same time, the styling of arcs and lines of movement maintains a sense of unrestrained freedom, making people feel as though they are in an adult paradise. In the rear of the space, behind the DJ platform, a smooth cement pillar resembles a trophy with a modern linear design.

Hotel Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof interior by Sundukovy Sisters, Berlin – Germany

January 31st, 2018

Moscow-based studio Sundukovy Sisters employs the geometric shapes and functionality characteristic of the Bauhaus, only to subvert its principles with fantastical ornaments, a bright palette and luxurious materials. Blurring the boundaries between the hotel and the zoological garden, the designers introduce a cast of abstract ‘zoo objets d’art’ to invite more than a touch of whimsy and fantasy to the space.

Conec – Cafeteria and Conference by Kitzig Interior Design, Lippstadt – Germany

January 30th, 2018

Although the interior concept is deliberately clean and minimalistic, the creative use of different materials and colours generates a lively and inviting atmosphere. Especially the kitchen island with a bar area in the rear part of the cafeteria contributes the finishing touch to the concept.

Muji Hotel by Super Potato, Shenzhen – China

January 30th, 2018

The understated interior design, created by Tokyo-based practice Super Potato, is an extrapolation of Muji’s core values, and sees an infusion of wood. Interestingly, pillars and walls of traditional Chinese homes that have been repurposed in interior walls and courtyards.

The Budapest Café by Biasol, Chengdu / Sichuan – China

January 30th, 2018

The Budapest Café is designed to feel feminine, light and fun, despite its loftiness and exposed structure. A pink ball pool, neon signage and original Eero Aarnio Bubble chair inspire playfulness, and the bathrooms surprise with speckled pink terrazzo to complement and contrast with the nostalgic-green hues of the café.

Milk. Black. Lemon by Ryusuke Nanki, Daikanyama / Tokyo – Japan

January 28th, 2018

Milk. Black. Lemon by Ryusuke Nanki, Daikanyama / Tokyo – Japan

Bake store by 07Beach, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

January 28th, 2018

Cantilevered shelves mimic the slope of the terraced queue, while the expanse of grey concrete directs the eye immediately to the pastries and their bright yellow packaging.

Hotel Alexandra Barcelona by Borrell Jover Arquitectos, Barcelona – Spain

January 26th, 2018

Gracing the heart of the city of Barcelona, between Rambla Cataluña and Paseo de Gracia, Alexandra Hotel, with its 30 years of history, knows how to capture in its continuous renovations, the local taste of the city of Barcelona thanks to its meticulous interior design and its different gastronomic proposals.

Denk Fabrik 2 by Gruppo Decorativo, Karlsruhe – Germany

January 26th, 2018

The second bar-restaurant of the Denk Fabrik chain, in Karlsruhe, was once again designed by the Gruppo Decorativo architectural studio, with different decorative and structural elements.

Porker bar & restaurant by Studio C8, Hong Kong

January 25th, 2018

The overall interior scheme combines a stylish element and the warmth of wood to create a cozy place, which has a fashionable and causal ambience. A special feature in the space is the wall decoration, which has been selected a characteristic wall covering to reflect the name of the bar “Porker”.

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.