Posts Tagged ‘bar’

Otl restaurant by Deft Union, Miami – Florida

May 12th, 2017

The interior design, created by local agency Deft Union, is simple and friendly, taking cues from the pastel-coloured façades that dot the streets of South Beach.

Perro Libre Tap Room by Tellini Vontobel Arquitetura, Porto Alegre – Brazil

May 2nd, 2017

The customer arrives, checks in and credits a value, thereby releasing the chopp taps. The concept we created was to make a cool space, creative and different.

Bear Market Coffee by DUA, Dublin – Ireland

April 29th, 2017

The central Machine organises the central circulation space and allows for a coherent controlled flow within the café whilst at the same time framing the view to the harbor beyond.

Chicago Grill by Mjölk Architects, Liberec – Czech Republic

April 27th, 2017

The bar itself is made of an old rusty corrugated iron sheet and the wall behind the bar is adorned with basalt bricks and decorated with coloured metal shutters.

Granary by Manousos Leontarakis & Accosiates, Heraklion – Greece

April 20th, 2017

The most significant element is the special wooden covering of the celling and the wooden back of the bar which is lit with led lighting.

Garden gastrobar by Azovskiy&Pahomova architects, Kryvyi Rih – Ukraine

April 19th, 2017

The main goal was to arrange seating places on 49 sq.m. and to embody the concept of the green garden. That’s why we used a lot of ivy pots, which will be complemented by other plants.

Cobra Lily restaurant by Hannah Churchill, Shanghai – China

April 18th, 2017

The original early 1900’s decorative Chinese archways have been kept creating a secret alleyway. Opening into this alleyway you discover the bar and lounge area. A two storey atrium complete with a floating DJ booth, creates a dramatic entrance.

Marisqueria Norte Sur Restaurant by In Out Studio, Madrid – Spain

April 7th, 2017

Located on Calle Doctor Castelo 21 is the second restaurant that the studio designs for the well-known chain of Marisqueria Norte Sur. The initial approach of the reform was to design a small and sophisticated space with two spaces, bar area and restaurant, to transport the customer inside a unique cabin.

The Pearl Restaurant & Bar by H3D Hospitality Design, Houston – Texas

April 4th, 2017

With vintage brass light fixtures and accents, caramel-colored leather Chesterfield sofas, black leather chairs, zinc and brass tables, cement tile insets, and plantation shutters, The Pearl offers a welcomed respite from the hustle and bustle of downtown Houston in a relaxed, sophisticated setting.

Treves & Hyde by Grzywinski+Pons, London – UK

April 4th, 2017

We designed the restaurant to be as warm, welcoming and happy (and even appetizing) at night as it is during the day, and created the joinery and furnishings to look better with some wear and tear after heavy use. Natural stone, ceramic, brass, timber, concrete and blackened steel feature heavily in a bold but limited palette and we designed in a lot of room to accommodate generous amounts of vegetation in aged terra cotta.

Brasserie restaurant and lounge by Kokaistudios, Kyoto – Japan

April 3rd, 2017

The bar counter is a pure stone mass carved with unique Japanese craftsmanship technique finished with a precious massive wooden table 15 meters long selected exclusively for this project.

Designplus stand at the EuroShop 2017, Düsseldorf – Germany

April 3rd, 2017

For instance the inner circle comprised of a rotating platform conjures up architecturally surprising changes of perspective and up to 36 different room combinations. With the movement textual statements also change in every theme room and communicate the flexibility and variety of Designplus’s service portfolio.

Kane World Food Studio Restaurant & Bar by Bogdan Ciocodeica, Bucharest – Romania

March 27th, 2017

The space is treated uniformly with various different focal points, starting with the eight meter long marble bar with a mirror in the background and a light mint ceramic frame and continuing with the delicate exotic wall painting, that balances the fine constructed lines with the strong and abundent theme of the luxurious jungle.

Semeli wine bar by Vasilis Papadias, Igoumenitsa – Greece

March 25th, 2017

Taking into consideration the height of the place, we combined properly the traditional materials with modernistic luxury elements. The singularity of the handmade chandeliers dominates the place, which emphasized better by the linear lighting behind the bar and the floor.

Sipsmith London distillery by Innovare Design, London – UK

March 24th, 2017

The Sipsmith brand identity forms the centrepiece for the back wall, with a 1.1 m green panel featuring a sculpted polished copper swan’s head and illuminated copper lettering. Either side of this brand panel are display shelves set into an iconic Victorian London map graphic wall that pays homage to the geographic origins of the brand.

Hangop café by Overtreders W, Den Bosch – Netherlands

March 21st, 2017

With a low budget, Overtreders W upcycled the furniture seen within the eatery. The second hand tables and chairs, the walls, floor, bar and stage were all painted in a vibrant orange by volunteers from the local arts center. An upper platform provides an alternative and more casual seating option.

SAKEYA bar by Garde Italy, Milano – Italy

March 19th, 2017

The space concept is in between traditional Japanese sake storage “Kura” and Italian wine storage “Enoteca”. With this mix, we created a façade with the traditional Kura element, which is a grid made by half cylinder. The interior is divided in three areas: Mini-shop, sake-cocktail bar and restaurant.

Salón-Bar by Jorge Santana, Ciudad de México – México

March 10th, 2017

Commercial interior design project for a hotel bar in Mexico City. The designer tries to transmit the color of the Mexicans with a modern and deconstructivist touch.

FREUD bar by Dimitra Koutoulogeni, Athens – Greece

March 6th, 2017

FREUD bar by Dimitra Koutoulogeni, Athens – Greece

Bubble Lab by dongqi Architects, Changzhou – China

March 5th, 2017

Inspired by Origami, the irregularly folded stainless steel sheets are the main elements of the shop-front facade, the beer wall and the bar counter. Laser-cutting circles grow large from bottom up to the top on the one side of the sheets, lights leaking out of the circles cast spots and reflection on the other side.