Posts Tagged ‘counter tops’

Konditor & Cook Cake Shop by Small Back Room, London – UK

June 24th, 2015



Konditor & Cook – a London based premium cake retailer asked us to create a new store for them aligned to their re-positioned brand as ‘London’s Cake Shop.

Qimin Hot Pot Restaurant by Hot Dog Decor Interior Design, Shanghai – China

March 7th, 2015

A restaurant serving one of China’s favourite cuisines – the hot pot.

Au Pain Doré bakery café by Naturehumaine, Montreal – Canada

August 25th, 2014

The spatial concept of the project was inspired by the lattice of wooden bread baskets. A structural wooden frame holds a series of randomized wood slats creating a lattice that opens and closes to create space for lighting and ventilation.

Aesop store by Brooks + Scarpa, Los Angeles – California

August 25th, 2014

They have used 6-inch round cardboard tubes to construct the partitions and furnishings throughout with the warm, neutral palette complimented by recycled paper counter tops, vintage style product testing sinks, and the original natural concrete floors of the historic 1929 structure left intact.

Unpackaged grocery & café by Multistorey, London

July 19th, 2013

Our visual keys were a utilitarian 1950s pre-supermarket era of local grocers and busy high streets; coupled with Mediterranean café influences, inspired by the Spanish food and wine at the core of chef Kate de Syllas’ menu. This is manifested in our palette of rich ochre, inky and duck-egg blues, dusky coral with more vibrant tomato red, sunflower yellow and turmeric.

Kampachi restaurant by Blu Water Studio, Kuala Lumpur

March 2nd, 2013

Designers united contemporary modernity with the nostalgic past by maintaining the existing concrete elements together with the irregular lines of the building and complementing it with materials recycled from the Equatorial hotel, where 40 years ago the first Kampachi restaurant opened.

Zozobra asian noodle bar by BK Architects, Kfar Saba – Israel

January 19th, 2013

An Asian-themed noodle bar in Kfar-Sabba, Isreal, offers diners a dynamic experience that might seem similar to what you’d expect inside a spaceship. Inside, conventional restaurant design has been dismantled; instead, private and public areas are mixed to encourage social interaction.