Jackie Restaurant & Club by Dam & Partners Architecten

Dam & Partners Architecten designed the interior for Jackie, a magazine-related restaurant club in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The club embraces a total concept of nightlife, meeting people and dining. Its interior is a celebration of contrasts like the cheerful colors combined with somber black or the glamorous lighting effects contradicted by a rough wooden floor. The round forms and undulating lines in the club area stand out against the rigid straight forms in the restaurant, with its large Read more […]
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Restaurant BOND by BERLINRODEO

BERLINRODEO designed the BOND Restaurant in the glamorous style of the Bond films from the 60’s and 70’s, yet reinterpreted for modern sensibilities. The restaurant is divided into different zones. The centerpiece is a golden-lit bar with an opposing wine shelf. The smoking lounge, located in the rear, is conceived as a communicative element and is equipped with an fireplace. Various lighting moods and intensities are made possible by a computer-controlled LED system, which is hidden behind Read more […]
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El Japonez Restaurant by Cherem Serrano Arquitectura

Cherem Serrano Arquitectura projected a large open space full of light where vegetation is incorporated in an original way. El Japonez restaurant is like a glass box sited in the middle of an urban landscape with a natural living wall, which runs the entire length of the restaurant. The presence of wood contributes to the game of shapes and textures through the use of 10x10cm cubes that welcomes the guests, continues through the ceiling and ends covering the entire bar. Read more […]
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Stockholm’s Royal Opera House Restaurant by Claesson Kovisto Rune

Claesson Kovisto Rune created a new interior for Stockholm’s Royal Opera House without interfering with the ornately decorated 1895 interior, protected as cultural heritage. The strongest architectural component is a series of free-standing, giant, angled mirrors, defining the space and separating the passageway from seated guests. The gold-tinted mirrors are laminated with a film that controls the sector of vision, preventing you from seeing your own face clearly reflected. They also designed Read more […]
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AnAn Noodle Bar by Hosoya Schaefer Architects

AnAn is a new Japanese Noogle Bar in Wolfsburg, Germany, designed by Hosoya Schaefer Architects, that represents on a piece of contemporary Tokyo. The geometric structure developed for the project consists of a series of distorted hexagonal cells organized by a geometric pattern on the floor and the ceiling. The cells are made from thick acryl panels covered with graphic patterns produced by a selection of young graphic designers from Japan. They contain a counter (Yatai), or a table (Kotatsu), Read more […]
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WakuWaku Hamburg by ippolito fleitz group

The WakuWaku Restaurant, designed by ippolito fleitz group, is located in Hamburg’s city center. The long, narrow space stretches back almost 17 meters has a glass roof in the rear half that admits daylight. The space is divided into two main zones: the dinning area and the service area with an order counter, kitchen and take-away area as one unit/box painted in a strong shade of violet, WakuWaku’s corporate color. On entering the restaurant, the customer has to place his order and will Read more […]
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Maedaya Bar by Architects EAT

The Maedaya Bar, also known as the “House of Ropes”, is Melbourne’s newest Sake Bar created by Architects EAT like a forest of ropes. The rope idea originated from the classic design of sake bottles, which are traditionally secured with ropes. The principal material for this project are Manila ropes, timber and concrete. They took a different path with the first floor function room, which is in stark contrast with the ground floor rope room. Here they have created a modern, minimalist space Read more […]
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The Modern Pantry by Jump Studios

Jump Studio have recently completed the interior of The Modern Pantry, restaurant and shop/pantry located in two elegant Georgian properties in London, UK. The style is contemporary with a homely, almost folksy, vibe, designed to complement the chef’s culinary mission: “to please the palate by using traditional and modern ingredients in new and exciting ways”. Situated on the ground floor, the glass-fronted café/restaurant is the most casual dining space. Smaller tables have lathe-turned Read more […]
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The White Rabbit Restaurant by Takenouchi Webb

The White Rabbit, designed by Takenouchi Webb, is a restaurant and bar housed in an awe-inspiring and beautifully-restored old chapel located off the Dempsey area in Singapore. The primary goal was to restore as many of the existing details as possible, drawing a clear line between the old and new parts of the building through detaching the new elements away from the existing. Natural materials such as copper, steel, marble and timber, treated as raw as possible to complement the patina of Read more […]
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Gosho Restaurant by aNC Arquitectos

The Gosho Restaurant, designed by aNC Arquitectos, is located in a 5 star hotel in Porto, Portugal. The project contains several specific areas for the several types of japanese food that the restaurant serves, with a total capacity of 101 seats. The atmosphere of the restaurant cherishes being in public, through different themes. Besides evoking traditional japanese architecture, throughs a crude and strong presence of the materials, the design creates theatricality with two entrance tunnels Read more […]
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