Archive for the ‘Restaurant’ Category
Sunday, November 19th, 2017
Article source: v2com
Perles et Paddock is a restaurant whose interior design was brought to life by a designer, an architect and a restaurateur working in close collaboration. Clairoux’s team supplied an authentic design experience inspired by the neighbourhood’s history and tailored to the restaurant’s philosophy.
interior design restaurant decoration by Clairoux, high end interior designers commercial and residential part of Frédric Clairoux’s team in collaboration with Maxime Martel architect, Image Courtesy © atelier welldone
- Architects: Clairoux
- Project: Perles et Paddock restaurant
- Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- Photography: Atelier welldone
- Software used: Autocad
- Interior design: FX Studio design
- Construction: September 2016 to June 2017
Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Article source: deFORMA Estudio Creativo
The project is focused on the transcription of the culture of the Mezcal, the one from Oaxaca mainly. With the intention of showing textures, colors and feelings, in a contemporary way, this is how the concept of this new place is achieved, a new home for Mezcal.
Image Courtesy © deFORMA Estudio Creativo
- Architects: deFORMA Estudio Creativo
- Project: La Mezcalteca Oaxaca
- Location: Oaxaca, Mexico
- Software used: SketchUp, Photoshop
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017
Article source: ODOSarchitects
Situated adjacent to the canal and fronting onto Haddington Road this innovative mixed use development takes up the geometry of its site and remakes the street edge. The scheme emerged from an existing grant of permission which the architect was tasked with reconfiguring and thereby improving the scheme with the agreement of the local authority.
Image Courtesy © Ste Murray & Donal Murphy
- Architects: ODOSarchitects
- Project: 55 Percy Place
- Location: 55 Percy Place, Percy Lane, Dublin 4, Ireland.
- Photography: Ste Murray & Donal Murphy
- Client: Oakmount
- Total Area: 2730sqm
- Designed: 2013
- Completed: December 2015
Sunday, November 5th, 2017
Article source: Ministry of Design
The VUE Hotel brand exemplifies the new wave of locally-rooted boutique hospitality experiences, a global cultural phenomenon now finding roots in China. “VUE” in French means “view” or “a way to see” and VUE hotels aspire to present a fresh way of “seeing” hospitality design and experiences. VUE’s DNA upends conventional Chinese notions of hospitality and is defined by 4 core pillars: 1. Encourages Socialising; 2. Transcendence of culture; 3. Delightful & Whimsical; 4. Relaxed & Inviting.
Image Courtesy © Ministry of Design
Friday, November 3rd, 2017
Article source: Xiamen Fancy Design & Decoration Co., Ltd.
Located in a zone of old factories, Yaoyue Restaurant was once an unused terrace. Different from the noisy city outside, the designer wants to integrate nature and industry style together and creates a “floating green island in the city”.
The planar graph of the restaurant looks like the letter L, which enables the users to see different views when they change their steps. The whole space can be divided into three kinds of spaces: the outdoor space, the public space and the compartments.
Image Courtesy © Wu Yongchang
- Architects: Xiamen Fancy Design & Decoration Co., Ltd.
- Project: Yaoyue Restaurant
- Location: Xiamen, China
- Photography: Wu Yongchang
- Designers: Fang Guoxi, Zeng Canfang
- Area: 717 square meters
- Design Time: September, 2016
- Completion time: May, 2017
Friday, November 3rd, 2017
Article source: JHK Architecten
Commissioned by Maastricht City Council, JHK Architecten, working together with Verlaan & Bouwstra architecten, has transformed the former electric power station and boiler houses of the Sphinx factory in Maastricht. After extensive restoration and renovation, the listed power station has now become the new accommodation for the Maastricht cinema Lumière.
Image Courtesy © Marcel van der Burg
- Architects: JHK Architecten
- Project: Lumière Cinema
- Location: Bassin 88, 6211 AK Maastricht, the Netherlands
- Photography: Marcel van der Burg, Cor Bouwstra
- Client: Gemeente Maastricht
- Main contractor: LAUDY Bouw & Ontwikkeling structural engineer: Arcadis building services
- Adviser: Deerns building physics adviser: DPA Cauberg-Huygen
- Interior design restaurant and entrance: Dorine de Vos and Rosie Stapel
- Building costs: Kieft Partners bouwadvies
- Gross floor area: circa 3,750 m²
- Project start: 2012
- Completion: 2016
Friday, November 3rd, 2017
Article source: InterContinental Hotels Group
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), one of the world’s leading hotel companies, proudly announces the opening of the InterContinental® Los Angeles Downtown hotel. As the tallest building west of Chicago, the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown hotel forever elevates the Los Angeles skyline at 1,100 feet and 73 stories.
Image Courtesy © InterContinental Hotels Group
- Architects: InterContinental Hotels Group
- Project: The InterContinental(R) Los Angeles Downtown Hotel Elevates Luxury To New Heights
- Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Sunday, October 29th, 2017
Article source: m12 AD
Dhermi, a quaint village in the south of Albania, halfway between the two nodal points of the national tourist flows, Valona and Saranda, will see in 2019 the birth of a new 5-star hotel, the Empire Resort Hotel, a modern structure that will add value to the hamlet, already famous for its green terraces and crystal clear waters.
Image Courtesy © m12 AD
- Architects: m12 AD
- Project: Empire Resort Hotel
- Location: Dhermi, Albania
- Software used: ArchiCAD
Friday, October 27th, 2017
Article source: JUMA architects
JUMA was asked to accommodate a restaurant in an Art Deco house. Although the exterior suggests otherwise, there were only a few elements that were worth saving in the interior. Only the monumental wooden staircase with a beautifully coloured stained-glass window above it, reflect the grandeur that this property once offered. First a number of walls were taken down to create larger spaces. An opening was created from the entrance hall to the kitchen so that visitors have a direct view of chef Maxence Sys at work.
Image Courtesy © Juma architects
- Architects: Juma architects
- Project: L’Autre Vie
- Location: Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium
Thursday, October 26th, 2017
Article source: SBG architetti
Damascegliere is a restaurant and cocktail bar in the heart of the Brera district in Milan. The conversion, in a two-floor brick vaulted warehouse-type building, has large windows overlooking the now glamourous Corso Garibaldi. The design concept for the restaurant is built around two long counters where clients can sit facing either the barman or the chef at work. The outdoor table has the same peninsula-shaped counter giving a continuity between the two spaces. On warm days the arched window opens up to make the inside of the restaurant completely accessible from the pedestrian road. The kitchen is partially visible through semitransparent glass. New services have been installed leaving the brick vaults untouched; a sophisticated air circulation system provides the possibility of keeping different functions such as the bar and kitchen in the same environment as the main seating area. In the basement the absence of windows and natural light is compensated by luminous shelves and mirrors over a continous padded bench.
Image Courtesy © SBG architetti
- Architects: SBG architetti
- Project: Cocktail Bar Brera Milan
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Software used: Autodesk, Autocad