Archive for the ‘hotels & restaurants’ category

Juana limón is a bakery and coffee shop by Local Studio Lucas y Hernández-Gil, Madrid – Spain

August 14th, 2017


The firm dealt with everything, from the interiors, to the furniture design and graphic identity.

TOKIO Sushi Bar and Restaurant by Studio Arkitekter, Budapest – Hungary

August 12th, 2017


The fashion: like in a fashion street, bent neon lights, geometrical wall decorations and a robotic panel as a pillar, take place in the restaurant.

Roadhouse restaurant by Circle Line Interior, Dnipro – Ukraine

August 11th, 2017


This is the first restaurant of such kind in Dnipro – with kids play room and outside playground, large terrace, stage and big contact bar inside.

Tropical coctailbar by Diorama, Molfetta – Italy

August 11th, 2017

Having previously designed the interiors of Bloom beach bar for the same client, the practice was tasked with recreating the vibe in an urban setting for Bloom in Town, located in the southern Italian coastal town of Molfetta.

Sugarman Café by dongqi Architects, Xi’an – China

August 10th, 2017


The center of the interior is made of three existing concrete columns that wrapped with copper-coated stainless steel and terrazzo. Functionally, the coffee zones are divided into these three main parts.

Dream Dairy Farm by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, Chiba – Japan

August 9th, 2017

The three-dimensional white lattice nesting above the beams of the existing wooden structure forms the canopy of a forest that brings together the old and the contemporary by suggesting the superimposition of time and space.

White Monkey bar by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Stuttgart – Germany

August 9th, 2017

With “White Monkey Pizza Lab & Bar”, we turn the current idea of a pizzeria upside down. The simple dish pizza is transported into the 21st century with unusual combinations and the square shape.

Sushi Zone by Span Design, Eastgardens – Australia

August 8th, 2017

The intension is to bring Japanese urban city atmosphere to this small shopping centre food court shop. In order to connect with the transportations related shop name with Japanese elements, the characters of the transportation system is been used throughout the design.

TONKATSU Japanese Cuisine by EMOCON DESIGN, Taipei City – Taiwan

August 8th, 2017

By differentiating it from other Japanese pork chops restaurants, TONKATSU aims for a larger diversity of customer groups. Throughout the designing process, the designers emphasized the concept of casual atmosphere with multiple functionalities; it could be a hangout spot for students, a place for shoptalk, or a family-friendly diner.

MOMOM store by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

August 8th, 2017

We envisioned a space brimming with the lively vital energy of fresh milk and the the forest surrounding the farm on which milk cows are raised.

NAKAJIMA TAISHODO TAMBA by Nishiyama Tohru design office, Tamba Hyogo – Japan

August 7th, 2017

To create the design as a first step to make the life of the town return to its former state of a castle town. Be the design towards the future while conserving the landscape of the ‘Tamba Satoyama’.

SYNLAB café by party space design, Bangkok – Thailand

August 5th, 2017

As a result, the designs is the combination of café and laboratory. Flasks are used as lamps in the front bar randomly to create lively atmosphere and draw customer’s attention. Due to the needs that we want to make the shop outstanding with its own key visual, we decide the bring the sense of New Yorker and their unique lifestyle in neatness but tactics.

Eat @ Ease restaurant by ARTTA CONCEPT STUDIO, Kwai Chung – Hong Kong

August 5th, 2017

The centre piece of the room is the stylish marble table, which gives off a modern and sophisticated twist
with the rest of its surroundings. The spot lights fixtures help enhance a dim atmosphere, interpreting a
loft-like environment.

Heqinghao Tea House by Shangyuan Art Design, Shenzhen – China

August 4th, 2017

This space aimed to create a quiet environment for tea lovers and build a high quality slow atmosphere that is comfortable and elegant to make one calms down. The tea house interprets the beauty of elegance through a unique new gesture.

THE AGLIO GARDEN by Nishiyama Tohru design office, Kyoto – Japan

August 4th, 2017

It’s a material garden. This large open space is separated by light partition but you may feel that you have a meal in one big LDK in the case of a party. Intimate and graceful space.

Caffè Vero by ProgettoCMR, Vicenza – Italy

August 3rd, 2017

Everything revolves around a refined simplicity and essentiality of the materials used, intertwined in a sophisticated way to the structural elements of the building: a warm and cosy atmosphere that plays on the contrast of light and shadow in a scenic case, given by the transparency of the main facade of the building.

Hilton Tangier Hotel by Jaime Beriestain Studio, Tangier – Morocco

August 3rd, 2017

In order to create a haven of tranquility in an emerging and busy city, Jaime Beriestain has designed the Hotel Hilton Tangier with a mixture of European and ethnic style. Thanks to this dual combination, the result is a refined, sophisticated, timeless and tasteful hotel in a contemporary Morocco thanks to the Ethnic Chic touches introduced by Beriestain.

Issho Leeds restaurant by designLSM, Leedes – UK

August 2nd, 2017

Issho (meaning ‘together’ in Japanese) subtly references the delicate textures, patterns and folds of East Asian fabrics creating an authentic and refined design aesthetic, that offers it’s guests the chance to discover the true art of fusion dining.

%ARABICA Kuwait Roastery by Puddle, Shuwaikh – Kuwait

August 2nd, 2017

The idea for this project was first conceived at the time %ARABICA’s first Kuwait outlet opened. And by building a roastery, the purpose was to develop Business-to-Business opportunities in the region.

ONE@tokyo hotel by Kengo Kuma, Sumida / Tokyo – Japan

August 1st, 2017

Conceived as an “Art exhibit”, ONE@tokyo is located in Oshiage — an area which combines the historic feeling of the country’s edo era with a lively sense of Tokyo’s modern metropolis. At ground level, Kuma and his team have installed a dynamic lattice of timber planks that refers to the factories found in the region’s downtown district.