Posts Tagged ‘Cluj-Napoca’

Chop Urban Grill restaurant by Todor Cosmin, Cluj Napoca – Romania

May 31st, 2017

The color scheme was thought of as a dialogue between warm and cool colors: from the dark brown, almost black, to the bluish gray of the upholstery and wall finishes. The use of warm wood fiber, present on the flooring, the tables, the bar table top and wine table, along with the use of red Bordeaux for bar stools, perfectly complements and balances the whole color palette on a cooler note.

NTT Data Romania Office by Morphoza, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

November 30th, 2016

The office interior design stays true to the company’s values and the variety in workspace means employees will never lack inspiration.

Restaurant Concept by Gosho Studio & 49studio, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

May 25th, 2016

Interior concept for a fine dining restaurant based in the most beautiful park of Cluj-Napoca, placed in a historical building, surrounded by a lake, the restaurant wants to pursue the outside feeling in an indoor place.

Betfair Romania Development office by Morphoza, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

April 29th, 2016

For the meeting rooms, an important aspect was the multimedia integrated equipment, carefully selected in order to assure efficient communication with all the Betfair divisions from all around the world.

Zama restaurant by Todor Cosmin Studio, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

February 17th, 2016

The walls were cleaned up of all the layers of paint deposited over time, so as to reach the very first layer. The Roman brick walls help to create the natural brick appearance that is highly regarded in the area.

NOA Club by Gosho Studio & 49studio, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

December 10th, 2015

They used straightforward clear shapes to reinterpret the art deco style, natural stone for the bar and table surface and reflective and glass surfaces that work well with the whole smart lighting setup.

Panemar Polus Center Bakery by Todor Cosmin Studio, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

October 10th, 2015

The combination of natural and fresh comes in contrast with the industrial style of the ceiling on which the electrical wiring is visible, the brick walls and large windows with a metal frame, giving it a loft-style appearance.