Posts Tagged ‘glass ceiling’

El Papagayo Restaurant by Ernesto Bedmar, Córdoba – Argentina

August 2nd, 2015



About 32 years ago, in a visit to my country and my family, and talking to the recognized architect from Córdoba named Togo Díaz, I knew this corridor on sale that was originally a passage to the centre of the block.

Némeau Seafood Shop by Jean de Lessard, Québec City – Canada

July 21st, 2015



Jean de Lessard wraps Némeau Seafood Shop in Quebec City with glass prisms

FOC Restaurant by lagranja, Singapore

January 13th, 2015

lagranja design pays tribute to Catalan folklore and Barcelona’s traditions at FOC without giving way to turn the restaurant into a theme park.

Katakomb lounge bar by Betwin Space Design, Seoul

August 15th, 2013

Gold-tinted skull pendants hang down from the ceiling and they add brightness to the space. Rough brick walls conveyed the shelter image of the Catacomb and they are well blended with mysterious concept of the space. Simple black and white furniture keep balance between modern and tradition.

Farm store by be.bo., Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

June 16th, 2013

We converted this old house´s narrow access, with a low ceiling height, into a gallery inspired by a kaleidoscope, where a set of mirrors reflects the walls and ceiling. In the end of this path there is a more literal version of a kaleidoscope, where a highlighted production may be seen through a small hole on the wall.

BAH restaurant by Tellini Vontobel Arquitetura, Porto Alegre – Brazil

June 10th, 2013

With balcony facing the Guaiba River and zenithal lighting – glass ceiling with natural light – the Bah was thought to be an extension of what we imagine to the concept of sophistication. The Bah serves the enjoyment of the table, but the entire set of architectural and decorative helps transform the moment into pure pleasure.

Morimoto restaurant by Schoos Design, Mexico City

July 4th, 2012

Seeing the modernist design of the Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City, Thomas was inspired to create a restaurant inside that is literally a piece of modern art. The first challenge was the location itself: a large, cavernous room with a 75 foot high glass ceiling that would need to be divided into functional areas.