Posts Tagged ‘wrought iron’

Cullera de Boix Restaurant by Batua Interiores Creativos, Barcelona – Spain

October 13th, 2015



The Cullera de Boix Restaurant, with extensive experience in Barcelona serving rice dishes and Mediterranean tradition, opens in Rambla Catalunya.

Cachitos Diagonal Restaurant by Pepe López del Hoyo & Estrella Salietti, Barcelona – Spain

February 24th, 2015

Cachitos Diagonal Restaurant by Pepe López del Hoyo & Estrella Salietti, Barcelona – Spain

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.

Kith café by HJGHER, Sentosa – Singapore

August 30th, 2013

Light coloured wood, brass and marble scraps were acquired and pieced together to form the outlet’s tables and counters, in keeping with the spirit of a community coming together. No unnecessary ornaments or mass-manufactured furniture adorn the outlet.

Aesop store by William O’Brien Jr., Boston

October 31st, 2012

O’Brien Jr. inventively recast several characteristic historic design elements and paired these with new and reclaimed antique white oak, used for flooring and strikingly articulated shelves.

Ralph Lauren womenswear store by Michael Neumann Architecture, Shanghai

October 8th, 2012

Continuing Ralph Lauren’s traditional store aesthetic, the new store features an ornate wrought iron staircase which fully utilizes the store’s generous ceiling heights. Designed exclusively for women, accessories and footwear are displayed on the first floor, while the second floor, with luxurious fitting rooms, houses the brand’s womenswear.

Nobu restaurant by Rockwell Group, Dubai

November 26th, 2011

To anchor Nobu at Atlantis The Palm in Dubai in its location, Rockwell Group surrounded the restaurant walls and ceilings with large hand-woven curvilinear abaca panels to evoke an environment submerged under an ocean wave, and added accents of traditional Middle Eastern vernacular architecture such as hand-wrought iron columns of flowers, leaves and buds.