Posts Tagged ‘B3 Designers’

Comptoir Cafe & Wine by B3 Designers, London – UK

May 29th, 2017

Downstairs, the walls are adorned with an exceptional selection of wine and champagnes while diners are able to sit at the antiqued copper communal dining table, which sits centrally in the space. A secluded ‘members room’ tucked around the corner will allow diners the opportunity to host a private celebration in a characteristic lounge with a private library feel.

Deak St. Kitchen & Kupola Lounge café by B3 Designers, Budapest – Hungary

May 29th, 2016

With bold masculine undertones and a sophisticated design, Deák St. Kitchen restaurant makes a striking impression, with its deep rich leather seating, walnut tables and Hungarian point timber flooring.

Levi’s Caribbean Smokehouse by B3 Designers, London – UK

December 25th, 2015



Levi’s Caribbean Smokehouse Opens with retro-vibe interiors by B3 Designers

Canto Corvino Restaurant & Bar by B3 Designers, London – UK

November 6th, 2015



A new modern Italian restaurant and bar, Canto Corvino, has opened in the heart of Spitafields.

The Cinnamon Club by B3 Designers, London – UK

October 6th, 2015

The library bookcases that wrap the main dining space have been restored and, as a main focal point, work to revive the heritage of the building. As part of the library bookcase restoration process, B3 Designers purchased thousands of books, which were sorted and catalogued by colour and subject.

Sackville’s Bar & Grill by B3 Designers, London – UK

July 27th, 2015



B3 Designers create enigmatic, gallant interiors for Sackville’s

Moving Picture Company’s Offices by B3 Designers, London – UK

April 23rd, 2015

B3 Designers, award-winning designers, behind Gymkhana, Topolski Bar, Bubbledogs, Lyle’s and Lima Floral restaurants, have redesigned creative studio, Moving Picture Company’s London offices in Soho.

Greenwich Kitchen restaurant by B3 Designers, Greenwich – UK

October 31st, 2014

B3 Designers have worked with key features to create this New York style coffee shop – they include mixed patterned terrazzo tiles on the floor; washed wooden paneling on the walls complimented by framed, inlayed caramel tiles and steel-mesh shelves filled with wine bottles, surrounding the restaurant.

Las Iguanas restaurant by B3 Designers, Derby – UK

October 30th, 2014

Exposed historic brickwork and giant distressed graphics on some of the walls recreate the feeling of street advertising prominent throughout South America.

Lima Floral restaurant by B3 Designers, London – UK

August 4th, 2014

With the inspiration coming from Peru’s biodiversity, with a variety of food sourced from land and sea, the overall style is simple with emphasis on geometry and materials of the earth’s natural elements. The ground floor has an almost monastic approach with geometric details and feature lighting.

Lyle’s restaurant by B3 Designers, London – UK

May 17th, 2014

The overall style is uncomplicated, simple and relaxed. Natural light spills across the 120 sqm, 52 covers dining space due to three vast factory-paned windows to the front elevation of the building.

One Kensington bar and restaurant by B3 Designers, London

April 5th, 2014

B3 Designers’ inspiration for the brand identity is partially drawn from the intricacy and irreplaceable nature of bank notes, by incorporating watermark detailing to the ‘One K’ emblem as background to the pages within the menus.

Las Iguanas restaurant by B3 Designers, London

January 24th, 2014

Havana faded glamour, weaves through the aesthetic of the space; the decorative timber floor creates a feeling of the old ballroom style rooms along with a decorative ceiling coffer with detailed cornicing housing three large feature chandeliers.

Topolski bar and restaurant by B3 Designers, London

November 18th, 2013

One of the main interior features is the reclaimed scaffolding structure within the ceiling of the arches displaying Topolski’s artwork – though an ideal solution for showcasing such huge pieces of art work in arch spaces, they also reflect the artist’s down to earth creative approach.

Kaiseki Yoshiyuki restaurant by Asylum, Singapore

September 30th, 2013

When entering the intimate 14-seater counter dining area, the ash paneled geometrical forms cast intriguing wall details in the warmly lit interior. Cutout windows reveal a glimpse of subtle color by the origami flower displays in the adjacent Horse’s Mouth restaurant.

The Pearson Room resturant by B3 Designers, London

June 25th, 2013

The restaurant has dark timber flooring and pressed tin ceiling tiles. These are complemented by raw, galvanized steel and exposed industrial light fittings. The centralised pewter bar is surrounded by 18 industrial/foundry inspired bar stools with antique leather upholstery.

Imli Street restaurant by B3 Designers, London

June 21st, 2013

The use of materials in their natural, distressed state like the blackened steel bars, rustic oak timber table tops and the exposed cabling and industrial light fittings all show age and rawness of the style, evoking openness; what one would expect from a street scene, eating Indian street food.

Bubbledogs and &/ The Kitchen Table by B3 Designers, London

February 19th, 2013

The walls and flooring were designed with reclaimed timber cladding, rusted panels and exposed brick. The balustrades, windows, doors and wine storage are all in rustic blackened steel sheet and metal caging. Low hanging lighting was incorporated to create a soft atmosphere to contrast with the anticipated buzz the restaurant clearly exhibits.

Nando’s restaurant by B3 Designers, Leigh – UK

November 16th, 2012

A concertinaed canopy, hangs from a reclaimed wooden structure, carving a bold diagonal path through the restaurant. Caged lighting also forms an interesting ceiling feature in the interior space. The reclaimed wood frame continues to the canal side exterior where festoon lights have been used to give a laid back ‘garden’ feel and catch the eyes of passersby.

Paul Hamlyn Hall Champagne Bar by B3 Designers, London

October 3rd, 2012

The vast Paul Hamlyn Hall at London’s Royal Opera House now hosts a new champagne bar that is 13.5 metres long, has sixteen serving points and is finished to please even the most discerning eye. It can also be disassembled easily.