Posts Tagged ‘communal tables’

Mou Mou Club (MOKO) by Mas Studio Limited, Kowloon – Hong Kong

April 14th, 2017

“MOU MOU CLUB” is a theme restaurant of unique character while it is also ideal for guests of different ages.

A.design office, Taipei – Taiwan

July 3rd, 2016

By waving together den like personal working spaces and large communal tables, the privacy and publicity of the space allows the inter-exchange of individual ideas.

Holy Crab restaurant by In-between Design Office, Hong Kong

August 13th, 2015

Sitting at the center is a 3-metre wide rock pool, where patrons have the option of handpicking their own live seafood, freshly flown every day. Fish tanks can be seen in all nooks and crannies – including the washroom basin! – to elevate the customers’ appreciation of beautiful sea creatures.

Atlas Holdings Offices by HLW, Greenwich – Connecticut

July 30th, 2015



HLW has developed a new office design for private equity firm Atlas Holdings in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Carlo e Camilla Restaurant & Cocktail Bar by Tanja Solci Studio, Milan – Italy

March 13th, 2015

Carlo e Camilla restaurant and cocktail bar brings industrial elegance to a factory setting.

AKQA Clerkenwell offices by Amos and Amos, London – UK

October 14th, 2014

Four freestanding steel screens – at first glance reclaimed but in reality bespoke made for the project – are tied back to the reclaimed brick wall behind. These continue the industrial aesthetic while housing a series of workspaces, and separate the arcade from the spaces beyond.

citizenM Hotel by Concrete Architectural Associates, Rotterdam

May 12th, 2014

The different areas are divided by large floor-to-ceiling cabinets. The cabinets are partly open, creating structure and intimate spaces in an open floor plan while maintaining connectivity and transparency between the different uses and guests.

Old Crow Smokehouse by Slick+Designusa, Chicago – Illinois

January 22nd, 2014

The 11,000 square foot space was designed with the concept of city meets country, laying the groundwork for a unique experience in Chicago. Industrial elements such as steel clad columns, corrugated metal at the bars and poured concrete floors pay homage to Chicago’s industrial background.