Upon entering the interior, guests are immediately drawn to the custom bar area where an installation of copper pipes and light bulbs mimics the shape of a sponge; creating dynamic movement and paying homage to the building’s original owner.
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The success of this project was based on the place-making approach to design and looked beyond the design brief. The idea of materialism and the relationship between public and private domains were challenged resulting in an enriched design outcome. Eye catching details brought the design to life, such as the yellow tactile.
Yaron Tal’s design of the internal space is surprising with unconventional breaks in the standard square space of the building which creates a functional asymmetry that divides the two spaces, a heightened space for sitting, and an amorphous lower space that is used as an eating bar with autonomous conversations corners.
The division between the lounge and fine dining is treated with different types of glass-coloured, stained, blown, textured, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. It adds an element of interest to both the spaces. Mauve velvet seating suffices the lack of variety in colour at the restaurant and is an important player in setting apart the language of the lounge.