Posts Tagged ‘bar’

Wildwood restaurant by Design Command, Lincoln – UK

January 29th, 2017

By introducing several different seating areas, the vast space is broken up to create an exclusive dining experience and a welcoming atmosphere with each visit. Wildwood Lincoln features a cinema area with plush seating, which offers customers film screenings every Tuesday and Thursday.

Queens Bowl redesign by designLSM, London – UK

January 27th, 2017

DesignLSM were commissioned to redesign the interior and brand identity for Queens, helping them to create an all-inclusive leisure destination for families, friends and city workers. The overall concept comprises of 12 stylish bowling lanes, an indoor ice rink, two contemporary bars and the launch of a new F&B offering from famous pop-up restaurateur Jimmy Garcia.

Hikari Yakitori Bar by Masquespacio, Valencia – Spain

January 25th, 2017

Here you can recognize straight away the fusion between noble and industrial materials, classic and contemporary, always through an own vision that clearly represents the identity from Nozomi’s company. “The reinterpretation of the Kabukicho, Omoide Yokocho y Hajimeya alleys is done through a monochrome color scheme represented by grey and rusty finishes, as wall as a touch of wood that adds warmth to the overall concept”.

Yakiniku Master restaurant by Golucci International Design, Shanghai – China

January 23rd, 2017

Radial branches often reminiscent of relationship tree branches using this image, reflecting the state of human communication, through the branches of the conversion into a table layout, desktop and on the roof, creating a small village like settlements in special dining experience.

Hotel Dombóvár by Csiszér Design, Dombóvár – Hungary

January 23rd, 2017

The long bar along the side ends up in a reception area. A separate dining room was shaped up with exclusive wallpaper design and lighting elements. Regarding the colours and tones dark flooring and light pastel were designed. The ceiling got an interesting pattern round with built-in LED solution.

Fish Place restaurant by Studio Felipe Villaveces, Bogotá – Colombia

January 16th, 2017

In the main hall, the fresh fish fridge next to the lamps woven with natural fibers, by the Spanish designer Álvaro Catalán de Ocón and the interior tropical vegetation, are part of a set of elements of the fishing culture that transport the consumer to places related to the gastronomic offer of the restaurant.

Otto e mezzo bistro bar by Ark4lab, Thessaloniki – Greece

January 9th, 2017

Industrial, urban, and clearly informed by contemporary western trends, Ark4LOA’s Otto e Mezzo remains wholeheartedly Greek, its laid-back Mediterranean mood an underlying aesthetic.

Beanberry Roastery by Liqui Design, London – UK

January 8th, 2017

V-Shine Oysters Bar by a+a workshop design, Beijing – China

January 5th, 2017

The project is inspired by the concept of marine. We want to show a histrorical charm era about 1930s-1940s. We use some marine elements such as cruise ship door, scuttle, reef stone…..the material of the space including brass, brick wall, walnut wall panel, ceramic tiles and marble mosaic.

Simply Italian Restaurant by 5 Star Plus Retail Design, Hong Kong

January 4th, 2017

We created a bright and open environment with the use of abundant natural wood, light colors and patterns that represent Italian traditions. Key features of the space are the open kitchen, where fresh food is prepared in front of the customer, and the bar on the other side. Guests can sit inside or outside at the bar.

Ballers Sports Cafe by Andreas Petropoulos, Kalamata – Greece

January 1st, 2017

The Basic intention of interior design was to create a space, free from “sports fans” stereotypes, a space open for all kind of sports enthusiasts. The space-identity is highlighted with elements such as Wardrobe Lockers which refer to locker rooms, and also with wall decorations composed of quotes and figure sketches of major athletes, illustrated with the stencil technique.

Bunker bar by The 6th-Sense Interiors, Murska Sobota – Slovenia

December 26th, 2016

BUNKER is a theme bar set into the post-apocalyptic future, where not much has left of the world as we know it. Territories are controlled by clans, the world is wrapped into clouds of ash and toxic gases, rivers are polluted, cities destroyed.

Adidas Valley by ACTINCOMMON, Herzogenaurach – Germany

December 16th, 2016

Visual references to the world of sports is added through the combination of raw and urban materials, underlining our approach to create an attractive and unique work environment.

Topya bar by Eti Dentes, Tel Aviv – Israel

December 15th, 2016


The concept used for Topya’s brand identity is “welcome to the paradise’ to an utopic world”, and from this concept we choose natural and rough materials like concrete, stucco walls and rough wood.

Stomping Ground restaurant by Studio Y, Melbourne – Australia

December 14th, 2016



Designed by Studio Y, the space is considered in approach with vintage-industrial finishes featuring Carrara marble, timber and blackened steel.

Full Metal Jacket by 9cm, Seoul – South Korea

December 12th, 2016

Removing roof to make outside space each floor for connecting all the floors from ground to roof garden which allows to use whole building to be used at once. And also, the walls inside and facing outside space were demolished to link inside and outside.

Other Tea bar by The Swimming Pool Studio, Shanghai – China

December 11th, 2016



The inspiration come from traditional tea room, made of wood as the base material. The designer built a perfect balance by combining simple and natural breath with modern design technique. OTHER TEA located under the escalator, a sloping space was created on the top.

Striped Horse Muizenberg bar by Haldane Martin and Jurie Blomerus, Cape Town – South Africa

December 10th, 2016


The design team specifically worked on the centrepiece bar, the bar back shelving and outdoor furniture, and the signage, all sponsored by Striped Horse. The rest of the interior was designed by the bar owner, Jurie Blomerus. The materials and lighting of the bar were chosen to complement the rest of Jurie’s interior’s raw and distressed finishes.

Rokoko kitchen bar by M.O.B. Interior Architects, Nicosia – Cyprus

December 5th, 2016

Every surface in the space it’s covered by a different material that creates an uncompromised composition, that leads to an explosion of feelings and when you leave, the urge to come back again to this place.

Primo Cafe Bar by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Tübingen – Germany

November 30th, 2016



A thematically adapted ceiling element with unusual catenary lights supports the cosy atmosphere. Golden accents in the lights take up the packaging design of the products and represent the exquisite coffee culture.