Archive for the ‘restaurant’ category

Maxim restaurant by Piuarch, Moscow – Russia

October 18th, 2017

The space is fluid, structured like a loft on several levels, with exposed concrete, wide plank flooring in dark wood, glass, metal and Chester-style sofas, bars where cocktails are mixed, and aged leather and tartan fabric details.

‘Wichcraft restaurant by Mapos, New York – USA

October 16th, 2017

Shortly after the Tribeca Opening, ’wichcraft asked Mapos to apply their new concept to a flagship location in New York’s historic Garment District on 38th Street and Broadway.

The Pool Eindhoven by ninetynine, Eindhoven – The Netherlands

October 11th, 2017

The Pool Eindhoven by ninetynine, Eindhoven – The Netherlands

C. Ellet’s restaurant by Square Feet Studio, Atlanta – Georgia

October 9th, 2017

A modern, Big Easy mood is set by the pearlescent tones and textures of Venetian plaster walls, soft grey marble, silvery mirrors, old wood floors, and zinc, with brass accents and diffuse light through gauzy drapery.

Impar Restaurant by Esny Martin Design, San José – Costa Rica

October 2nd, 2017

The house has a history and the original building materials are left exposed in order for the visitor to experience this historical feeling. New electromechanical installations were created for the equipment and lighting of the transformed space.

Lievito restaurant by MDDM Studio, Beijing – China

September 29th, 2017

It’s a pizza parlour, but one that aims high, serving its specialty dish not only in a gourmet variety, but also in design-led surrounds seamlessly compatible with the lifestyle of its well-heeled clientele.

Fancy Crab restaurant by DesignLSM, London – UK

September 28th, 2017

Drawing inspiration from the provenance of the King Crab, we created a bold and playful design scheme with an understated nautical theme that immerses patrons into a truly unique dining experience.

British Airways i360’s restaurant by Marks Barfield Architects & Inside Out, Brighton – UK

September 27th, 2017

Taking inspiration from the vibrant culture of Brighton and Hove, the interiors by Marks Barfield Architects feature an eclectic but modern beach hut vibe, complete with local art and a varied mix of furniture styles and colours.

VIPS restaurant by CJ foodville, Bucheon-sim / Gyeonggi-do – Republic of Korea

September 26th, 2017

Using terrazzo tiles and metals, emphasize sophistication and use point colors of red, blue, green shades in different places. Make large rooms for group clients and increase efficiency.

Excelsior restaurant by Yellow Office architecture, Craiova – Romania

September 25th, 2017

Like on the inferior register – the marble flooring in the zigzag or the oak flooring – the furniture that supports the retro look is placed, as well the golden lighting pendants preserves the luxurious aspect of the ceiling. The eclectic atmosphere derives precisely from this arrangement of the two mirrored registers, as two entities trying to grow towards each other, and whose contrast is melted in a neutral median layer.

Da Portare VIA restaurant by Studio Modijefsky, Utrecht – Netherlands

September 25th, 2017

As a nod to VIA’s Italian component, various types of marble, mirror panels and walnut wood appear in the interior design. Playful accents, which were derived from the shape of the logo (diamond or half triangle) to create a strong sense of identity in the interior, are interspersed throughout the space and used to combine materials and integrate signage.

Salt Indian Restaurant by Choreography of Spaces, Bangalore – India

September 22nd, 2017

Salt Indian Restaurant by Choreography of Spaces, Bangalore – India

Resto Aperto by PickTwo, Bucharest – Romania

September 19th, 2017

We felt the need to use small wood accents, the table setup balancing the minimalist place. The lighting system was crafted together with Philips, but the rest of the furniture was custom designed and manufactured for Aperto.

eBay Office Cafeteria by Gensler, San Jose – California

September 19th, 2017

Bringing food truck culture inside, food areas are pushed out and pulled in so that employees can weave in and out of the space and discover the variety of cultural cuisines. Picnic tables, an ice cream cart, concrete blocks and string lights create an ambiance of the outside brought in.

Yaposhka Restaurant of Japanese cuisine by Maria Tselik, Canape Agency, Kharkiv – Ukraine

September 16th, 2017



Minimalistic forms with clear geometry, a lot of wood in decoration and variety of natural plants are distinctive features of the traditional Japanese culture. But modern Japanese animation films (which are projected on the wall in one of the halls), bright parametric panel and colored chairs are the elements of pop.

VIVINO restaurant by Studio Eti Dentes, Zihron Yaakov – Israel

September 15th, 2017

VIVINO restaurant by Studio Eti Dentes, Zihron Yaakov – Israel

Shokutsuten restaurant by Arterior Singapore Pte Ltd. at Great World City Shopping Mall, Singapore

September 13th, 2017

The designers from Arterior Singapore Pte Ltd successfully created ‘Shokutsuten’ in Great World City Shopping Mall in Singapore, bringing a modern twist to the traditional cultural Japanese food street.

Gyoza Gyoza Japanese Izakaya-Style Eatery by Studio Ginger, Melbourne – Australia

September 11th, 2017



The fit-out Studio Ginger has delivered is dark, moody and textured, with a materials palette characterised by motley-brown raw brick, wall tiles that look more “salvaged” than “showroom”, and a bar-top fabricated from oxidised copper.
The colour palette of blacks and browns resonates with the prevailing trend towards darker interior treatments in food courts and malls, but this project goes deeper than that.

Cafeteria for SAP by The Blue Leaves Design Group, Gurgaon – India

September 8th, 2017

The Cafeteria has endless seating options for flexibility and collaboration. High tables, low tables, benches, counter seating. Its also planned for larger meetings, conferences & town halls.

Sansibar by Breuninger by Dittel Architekten Gmbh, Stuttgart – Germany

September 7th, 2017

The fine dining area is home to a modern interpretation of the wicker beach chair. Framed in subtle beige, with light oak wood panelling on the interior surfaces, blue upholstery and marram grass, the banquet booths present an inviting and pleasant place to sit.