Posts Tagged ‘bar’

95 at Morgenster restaurant by Inhouse Brand Architects, Somerset West – South Africa

March 27th, 2016

Muddica restaurant & deli by Studio DiDeA, Milan – Italy

March 25th, 2016

Wood an iron are the main materials used for the furniture, designed by DiDeA and realized by Sicilian artisans. The floor is paved with hexagonal gres tiles; white vintage tiles behind the counter ensure continuity with walls and enhance black iron shelves.

Blanc i Negre bar restaurant by Ramón Esteve Estudio, Ontiyent – Spain

March 22nd, 2016

The ceramic flooring, of a discreet beige hue, provides a cosy atmosphere that contrast with other elements such as the golden details of the lighting, the sinuous counter of Nero Marquina veined marble and the diamond-shaped geometry repeated both in Faz furniture by Vondom and in the tiling.

Hookah Bar Nargile by KMAN Studio, Sofia – Bulgaria

March 21st, 2016

Generated by 7456 wooden cylinders, the shape is in constant play with the ground following the curvatures on the floor and emphasizing the contours.

Little Oscar restaurant and bar by Biasol: Design Studio, Melbourne – Australia

March 18th, 2016

The way the light is received by the concrete, combined with the lowered ceilings at the rear of the restaurant provides a further level of intimacy to the space.

Inkiostro restaurant by Alessandro Codenotti, Parma – Italy

March 16th, 2016

The entrance to the bar is the filter access to the dining rooms and the dark colour that characterizes it makes the transition more evocative.

Jamie’s Italian restaurant at Gatwick airport by Blacksheep, London – UK

March 13th, 2016

As always, the food is the most important part of a Jamie’s Italian restaurant, it was key to find exciting ways to display the food offers and entice travellers in. We created focal points within the three zones; the rustic grab-and-go counter in the bakery, the more refined antipasti bar in the restaurant, and nostalgia inspired ‘British pub carvery’ featured in the bar.

Bar Deco by CORE, Washington D.C.

March 10th, 2016

CORE combined a stripped-down aesthetic – of exposed concrete, plaster, lath, and aged brick – with art deco and industrial motifs through the use of pattern and materials, including a variety of metals to tie into the industrial theme.

Grow Op juice bar by Kilogram Studio, Toronto – Canada

March 8th, 2016

The prefabricated element can be easily relocated if the bar needs to move to a new venue. Cedar blocks were stacked on top of each other to create a plant bed that runs the perimeter of the space.

MazelTov bar by 81Font & Studio Arkitekter, Budapest – Hungary

March 8th, 2016

The front side of the counter is covered in turn-of-the-century, Moroccan style cement plates, well-known from Budapest’s stairwells. The same aesthetics of bourgeois décor is present in the white confectionary chairs, inherited from the 1930s.

Cheers Malaga Bar by GANA Arquitectura, Malaga – Spain

March 7th, 2016

This contrast of styles is perceived through the conservation of the original bar, as a reference of its identity, but introducing the parametric wall, specially designed for this renovation.

3rd Avenue Bar by Einstein & Associates, Jakarta – Indonesia

March 6th, 2016

The lounge area is divided into two areas, the first area is the lounge which is surrounded by wine shelves and have one center piece of Audrey Hepburn, made entirely from intricate mosaic tiles with classy gold and copper frame.

MARU bar restaurant by ASIG Design, Shanghai – China

March 1st, 2016

Based on the shape of the raw space, the kitchen and bar perfectly laid out in a linear fashion down the entire space leaving a strong visual impact by the kitchen and creating an obstruction free open dining space.

Main Room bar by em-estudio, Mexico City – Mexico

February 26th, 2016

Main Room bar by em-estudio, Mexico City – Mexico

Denk Fabrik bar restaurant by Gruppo Decorativo, Karlsruhe – Germany

February 22nd, 2016

Industrial touches like exposed concrete walls, industrial light fixtures, that compiles with the strict Architecture of the building along with the elements that decorate the interior of the space fully justifies the name of the shop as a laboratory of thoughts

Jabiru bar & restaurant by Creative 9, Brisbane – Australia

February 18th, 2016

Creative 9 has depicted the finishes from the outback landscapes of Australia through rusted metal, sandstone, recycled timber and copper. The organic ceiling feature weaves through the space and ties the elements into one.

Kitchen+Bar 15 by PH.D architectural bureau, Moscow – Russia

February 17th, 2016

The artistic method by using art is very important here. By using unexpected elements in interior it creates a surprised, courageous impression.

M Restaurants Victoria by Rene Dekker, London – UK

February 16th, 2016

Translating an elegant yet adventurous theme, M Victoria showcases an eclectic and clever mix of high quality furnishings from the GRILL and RAW restaurants, through to the members own DEN bar.

Casa Maserati retail store & lounge by Eview 360, Milan – Italy

February 11th, 2016

Our designers created the brand’s first retail store and lounge in the heart of Milan. The project required us to propose a design solution that did not impose any structural changes or significant architectural modifications to the existing space.

Whitegrass restaurant by Takenouchi Webb, Singapore

February 11th, 2016

The design takes its inspiration from the classical architecture and domestic history of the building together with the contemporary nature of the cuisine.