Posts Tagged ‘diners’

Comptoir Cafe & Wine by B3 Designers, London – UK

May 29th, 2017

Downstairs, the walls are adorned with an exceptional selection of wine and champagnes while diners are able to sit at the antiqued copper communal dining table, which sits centrally in the space. A secluded ‘members room’ tucked around the corner will allow diners the opportunity to host a private celebration in a characteristic lounge with a private library feel.

Military dining hall by ZAS Architects & Jean-Christian Koch Architecte, Ontario – Canada

May 3rd, 2016

The scheme’s layout, forms, colors and materials are all used effectively to convey an intuitive understanding of circulation and use – diners who have never entered the building are naturally brought through the facility in a loop, completing it with no cross-circulation.

Saltz restaurant by Rolf Sachs, Zurich – Switzerland

April 5th, 2016

In the 280 sqm restaurant Sachs combines unusual materials such as neon lights, salt, rock and felt in an unexpected way to form artworks and custom made furniture paired with classic chair designs by Eero Saarinen and Jean Prouvé.

ASIAN BISTROS! Hakkasan by Woods Bagot, San Francisco – California

November 7th, 2015

The unique floor plate allowed for the restaurant to take on a particular layout filled with the emotive and sensory typical details familiar to all Hakkasan spaces.

China Lane Hot Pot Restaurant by The Swimming Pool Studio, Nanjing – China

October 7th, 2015

Old wooden floor, cement, metal plates create corners of private spaces. The sunken sitting area make diners experience the close friendship while dining.

ASK Italian Restaurant by turnerbates Design & Architecture, Maidstone – UK

April 24th, 2015

turnerbates Design & Architecture designs a new restaurant for Azzurri Group’s ASK Italian brand, located in the heart of Maidstone, Kent.

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.

Tokyo Sushi by Mima Design, Sydney – Australia

October 18th, 2014

The sushi train services the timber booth seating which caters for small groups, and individual diners seated up at the counter. The material palette exudes a sense of elegance and simplicity, in keeping with the Japanese ethos.

ISONO Eatery & Bar / VASCO by Joyce Wang, Hong Kong

September 29th, 2014

Exposed steel structural columns have been kept in their raw form, with newly upholstered leather banquettes and seating designed to form cosy seating areas.

Beast restaurant by designLSM, London – UK

June 5th, 2014

Our solution takes influence from medieval banqueting halls and the restaurant features six massive tables, each one a thick slab of oak measuring 6 metres in length. Long benches run the length of each table.

BEVO Bar and Pizzeria by Camdi Design & Bloom Lighting Group, Montreal

February 21st, 2014

Brousseau’s team set about the re-design from a blank canvas. All existing wood was painted black to create a dramatic contrast against the stone walls, and a 70ft long bar was installed with its front and shelves behind illuminated with LEDs. Bubble chairs were suspended under the staircase and a brand new pizza oven was made visible to diners.

Tatsu Suishi restaurant by JP Concept, Singapore

February 20th, 2014

For the teppanyaki area, in order for partial views by people who walk by, we use rice paper sandwich with timber frame and with a right height and size window glass opening in the middle. The purpose of the opening is to give sense of excitement from chef performance for people who pass by.

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.

The Back Room pop-up by Studio Toogood, London

October 6th, 2012

British designer Faye Toogood has launched a pop-up ‘contemporary café’ for London Design Festival. According to Toogood, the space is a ‘celebration of the post-industrial era’ and seeks to explore the idea of hand-made, small-scale manufacturing.

Chez Patrick restaurant by Pure Creative, Hong Kong

September 28th, 2012

With the request for an intimate dining room space, Pure Creative worked around the concept of an imaginary private kitchen/residence and developed an eclectic space mixing classic French influences such as moulding, wooden arches and distressed oak flooring.

Matto restaurant by Pure Creative, Shanghai

September 18th, 2012

In Italian, “Matto” is a light-hearted term meaning ‘crazy’ or ‘wild’ and this term embodies the restaurant’s unique personality and sense of fun. Pure Creative’s objective was to design a restaurant in Shanghai where diners could relax, enjoy traditional Italian cuisine and also be wowed and entertained by their interior surroundings.

Chico’s restaurant by Amerikka Design Office Ltd., Espoo – Finland

August 28th, 2012

The visual standpoint for the restaurant’s look is modern-day USA, manifested through a wild mix of urban pulse and human warmth. The restaurant interior is marked by bold expression, beautifully fading surfaces, genuine materials and murals by painters Juha Lahtinen and Samuli Suonperä.

Hama restaurant by k-studio, Athens

October 6th, 2011

HAMA is a Japanese-Brazilian restaurant, located in the southern suburbs of Athens. The concept was influenced by the philosophy of the traditional Japanese house layout, reaching a balance between open space (oku) and closed internal space (ma).