Posts Tagged ‘restaurant’

FUOCO PIZZA by a+a workshop design, Beijing – China

November 25th, 2016



The concept outdoor inside show us a scence view about a corner of outdoor park. We use street lamp and the cast iron handrail even the corrugated sheet iron on the wall. Look through the window it likes tropical style. More natural feeling got when people eat here.

Trilye Restaurant by Beliz Gorgul Interiors, Ankara – Turkey

November 23rd, 2016



The dining area is splitted into two: you can enjoy your meal either in the garden right next to the living wall or inside while exploring the ceiling which was inspired by the sailing life.

The Charlim restaurant by Span Design, Sydney – Australia

November 22nd, 2016


The neon magenta stencilled blade signs located at the shopfront immediately attracts the attention of the customer, this is also carried inside the ceiling of the restaurant creating a funky atmosphere.

Cheval Bar and Restaurant by Ark4Lab of Architecture, Thessaloniki – Greece

November 18th, 2016


Pushing the door into Cheval, it is rather easy to pretend that you’ve left some post-modern version of a horse outside, in the unvarying tension of the city, and can now insulate yourself from its mix of equal triviality and anxiety. The big window out to the street lets lots of light into the two-level space, where chevron patterns dominate.

Basho Sushi House by Paulo Merlini, Porto – Portugal

November 17th, 2016



Not wanting to distract from the preparation of the raw seafood dishes, Merlini decided the ceiling would be the optimum place for a design feature. He therefore suspended 8,400 chopsticks – commonly used as utensils for eating Asian cuisine – to create an undulating installation above customers’ heads.

Japanese-Western restaurant by One Plus Partnership, Hong Kong

November 17th, 2016



Custom-made pink lamps crisscross the ceiling, their zigzagging forms an abstract reference to the effect of enlarging pixels multiple times. The motif also reflects the connective and globe-spanning nature of social media.

Noshery restaurant by The Strangely Good, Singapore

November 16th, 2016



Beyond an artfully curated, Instagrammable space, thoughtful knickknacks transcend mere aestheticism; reflective of a well-travelled host who appreciates culture and history, but more importantly, will not compromise on a welcome, most compelling for guests.

KazuNori Westwood sushi hand roll bar by Marmol Radziner, Los Angeles – California

November 15th, 2016

Diners are greeted with 24-stools surrounding a U-shaped bar constructed with bleached eucalyptus wood; a team of chefs operate from behind the counter with a sculptural bleached rustic white oak “roof” looming overhead with inset lighting illuminating the counter.

Nando’s restaurant by Block1: Design, Crawley – UK

November 14th, 2016

The concept is based on the exploding woven patterns that exist within traditional fabrics and modern architecture. We used this as the base for redesigning the banquette shapes and fabrics, tile patterns, lighting concepts and ceiling and wall finishes.

Town Square restaurant by Terry Design, Belfast, Northern Ireland

November 13th, 2016



The standard counter has been deconstructed and replaced with three informal stations, removing the barrier between customer and barista. The tapered angle of the counter and openness of the brew bar bring an honesty to the design enabling customers to see what would traditionally be back of house.

BUN ME Vietnamese Street Food Restaurant by StudioMKZ, Sydney – Australia

November 12th, 2016

The aim was to create a space where patrons can enjoy Modern Vietnamese Cuisine within a rustic modern environment.

DIN TAI FUNG Dumpling Restaurant by StudioMKZ, Sydney – Australia

November 11th, 2016

Dark stained plywood weave covers the entire restaurant facade- replicating the ever so famous bamboo steamers of Din Tai Fung. Simple, yet giving the power of architectural form, the facade holds a strong presence within the precinct.

Mythos Restaurant by Yellow Office Architecture, Craiova – Romania

November 10th, 2016

Material wise, the ceramic tiles utilised for the circulation spaces towards the seating areas are complemented by the soft wooden flooring upon which the tables are placed, as well as the rich, soft velvet of the seating itself.

Leon restaurant by rpa:group, London – UK

November 9th, 2016

Founded in 2004, Leon’s first outlet opened on London’s Carnaby Street and six months after opening was named the ‘Best New Restaurant in Great Britain’ at The Observer Food Monthly Awards. There are currently 37 Leon restaurants with plans to open more worldwide.

MNKY HSE restaurant by Keane Brands, London – UK

November 9th, 2016

Aidan Keane, of Keane Brands describes the design as “cheeky, playful and mysterious”. He adds:- “ We wanted to create something that had polish and edge. That felt good in a posh frock and even better in a party dress. A design scheme that shimmered and shone but also had enough edge and grit to make it feel exciting.”

One Life Kitchen & Cafe by Studio EM, Dubai – UAE

November 8th, 2016

When designing the space Studio EM wanted to make the most of the natural light as well as to create a design that respected the organic produce served in the kitchen, by developing a design that was, earthy, organic and natural.

Rebel Wings restaurant / bar by studio minio, Prague – Czech Republic

November 7th, 2016

Neutral colours are used in the interior: black, grey and white combined with the warm tone of natural oak. Black oil finish has been use to optically break up oak tables and benches, creating psychologically separate seating areas.

MUMBAI EXPRESS Indian Restaurant by StudioMKZ, Sidney – Australia

November 6th, 2016

Silhouettes of light and the layering of the timber portals provide a space of tranquility and mystery. Authentic Spice display was also added to the space to pamper the 3 senses of the human body.

Cicero café by ALTS design office, Japan

November 3rd, 2016

This impression is created only by means of installing iron frames that divide the café without disturbing the overall environment.

Mama Shelter hotel by Jalil Amor, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

November 3rd, 2016

Mama Shelter may not offer room service, but makes it up with welcoming public spaces that not only ooze fun and relaxation, but also instigate an easy breezy interaction with other globetrotters.