Local and contour lighting reveals total space of the premise accentuating only zones marked by the authors. Light zoning with warm-colour halogen spotlights provides possibility to make table zones as individual in the common room. The central panel made of more than thousands of veneer magnolia-vine plates is the heart of “Shade”.
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The atmosphere is determined by the use of raw elements that come back in the interior and the furniture. A stonewall with chic round sofa’s, hardwood tables and robust steel cabinets. A striking large square bar with vintage bar stools in the middle of the restaurant, where the wines are chilled and where guest can eat and drink.
Designers used a typical wooden wine rack as a module, also some single planks to fullfill whole conception. The atmosphere is created with colours. Dark color makes nice ambience, red and white are the shades of wine. Small tables, proper light and cosy couches, that’s the recepie for good wine amateurs’ interior!
We developed the antique showcase a boulanger keeping with love by putting on the log weighs 500kg, and designed a long counter makes of aluminum has the thickness of 10mm to be able to display bread freely. We are looking forward to mastering the space by repeating the trial and error like a stone oven putting here.
Lots of quirky little personality features are carefully dotted around the Antwerp café, such as the colourful shawl-swatches hanging on the walls; what could look like a critical lack of closet space comes across as intimate and relaxing, likewise the decoratively placed skateboards are youthful and fun.
The interior, designed by Caroline Dippold, shows an exciting play of Vintage furniture pieces mixed with Metro wall tiles and various Retro Lamps. Now, an old post table conduces as a service station for bread, oil and spices and a former assembling table became a huge come-together-table for chatting and drinking with friends.
Fusing a concept of local Budapest ruin pubs, New York city bars and the high-end gastronomy of his family’s 30 years old restaurant business, owner Roy Zsidai has opened ‘Spíler’, a public socializing place where people come to experience something completely new in Budapest in terms of food and atmosphere.
Looking at the overall atmosphere, intimacy and comfort abound. This is a space that you can imagine savouring great tastes with your friends lounging in style, cheeks flushed from drinking red wine. There is a controlled balance between style and comfort, which makes Le Sergent Recruteur approachable in many ways and for many moods.
In the VILA Vimmelskaftet shop there has been strived for a look that makes people think of Paris´s natural elegance. The facade underlines the French “Boutique” look with its brassdetails and black,z handpainted look. Inside, the shop is based on elegant design, with focus on simplicity, quality, and texture. A classic concept with a refined twist which creates an identity.