Archive for the ‘Restaurant’ Category
Wednesday, November 16th, 2016
Article source: Kali Arquitetura
It all started with a food truck that used to attend events around the city. The business, which was baptized of ‘Confraria Kero Food Truck’, has grown to the point that the partners decided to expand it. The idea was to offer the customers a permanent address and more physical space. The decision between keeping or not the words ‘food truck’ in the name of the business, turned out to be the main motivation and inspiration for the design concept of this project.
Image Courtesy © Kali Arquitetura
- Architects: Kali Arquitetura
- Project: Confraria Kero
- Location: Porto Alegre, Brazil
Wednesday, November 16th, 2016
Article source: In-es.artdesign
Between the main elements of the interior lightings of the restaurant are the pendants Mezza Luna in transparent white “nebulite” (a specially mixed fiber and resin), by the Italian brand In-es.artdesign.
Mezza Luna is a suspension with a pure and evocative design, available in monochrome and transparent versions or in different color combinations that cover the surface with a matt and opaque glaze, creating an interesting contrast between its interior and its exterior.
Image Courtesy © In-es.artdesign
- Architects: In-es.artdesign (Amalia Corda)
- Project: Marcellis Restaurant
- Location: Separate 3 stored building, St.Petersburg, Odoevskogo street 34, Russia
- Architech/Studio: Alexey Ershov and Egor Saveliev
- Technical details:
- Mezza luna 1 – E27 (max 105w power light) / Ø 70 cm
- Mezza luna 2 – 2 x E27 (max 2 x 105w power light) / Ø 120 cm
- Year: 2013
Sunday, November 13th, 2016
Article source: betec Lighting AG
Special lamps made of stainless steel with halogen lamps. Design and production of six floor lamps according to Kromayer’s design.
Floor lamps and table lamps. The perforated plate cylinders have been produced and enamelled also by a German foreign company.
Image Courtesy © betec Lighting AG
- Architects: betec Lighting AG
- Project: Phoenix Restaurant
- Location: Dreischeibenhaus, Düsseldorf, Germany
- Design: Company Kromayer
Sunday, November 13th, 2016
Article source: II BY IV DESIGN
Operating globally in 35 countries, Nando’s is an international restaurant chain that originated in South Africa; known for their Portuguese-style flame grilled chicken and welcoming hospitality, Nando’s is extremely proud of its Afro-Portuguese roots. This heritage is celebrated in the food, as well as, the art, music and design of every location; however, each “Casa” possesses a unique personality and style.
Image Courtesy © Hill Peppard Photography
- Architects: II BY IV DESIGN (Jeremiah Jeffrey Edmonds)
- Project: NANDO’S OSHAWA
- Location: 855 Taunton Rd E, Oshawa, Ontario, L1H 7K5, Canada
- Photography: Hill Peppard Photography
- Client: Nando’s Canada
- Contractor: Horne Construction
- Size: 2,800 – 3,000 square feet
- Completion Date: April 01, 2016
Friday, November 11th, 2016
Article source: APPAREIL architecture
Known for its Nordic-inspired and contemporary architectural projects, the young Montreal-based firm APPAREIL architecture was selected to conceive the design of a new restaurant, Hoogan et Beaufort.
Located in a former train manufacture in the Rosemont borough of Montreal, the building had a lot of historical charm. The vast space of 2700 square feet, with its 28-foot-high ceilings and industrial character, had everything to seduce right from the start.
Image Courtesy © Alison Slattery
- Architects: APPAREIL architecture (Kim Pariseau)
- Project: Hoogan et Beaufort restaurant
- Location: Montreal, Canada
- Photography: Alison Slattery
- Client: Hoogan et Beaufort (Marc-André Jetté and William Saulnier)
- Designer: Alexandre Baldwin
Friday, November 11th, 2016
Article source: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Popular eatery New York Burger opened a new branch of its restaurant chain in the Almagro neighborhood of Madrid, known for its aristocratic residences, which nowadays are mainly public buildings and offices. The new location was considered strategically a good bet for the profile of New York Burger’s clients.
Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué
- Architects: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
- Project: New York Burger Restaurant
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Alejo Bagué
- Team leader: Marta Alonso
- Team: Jordi Garcia, Nuria Ballesteros, Joan Salvadó
- Client: New York Burguer
- Construction: Madrid Contract
- Area: 172.77 m2
- Finishing Date: November 2015
Wednesday, November 9th, 2016
Article source: Zhaoyang Architects
This is a renovation project. The property was originally an abandoned office facility located at the center of Dali old town, including a traditional Bai style timber building, a bungalow made of brick and concrete and a 200 sqm courtyard. The property has been rented by a local lifestyle brand “Chaimiduo” and renovated into a farm restaurant, a farmer’s supermarket, a gallery for local handicraft and space for “Chaimiduo Bazaar” that opens once a week.
The idea of the renovation is mainly about redefining the courtyard’s four different sides using ad-hoc strategies.
View from the courtyard, Image Courtesy © Pengfei Wang
- Architects: Zhaoyang Architects
- Project: Chaimiduo Farm Restaurant and Bazaar
- Location: Dali, Yunnan, China
- Photography: Pengfei Wang
- Design Team: Yang Zhao, Peigen Shang
- Interior Designer for the restaurant: XuCai
- Client: Chaimiduo Team
- Property Area: 647m2
- Building Area: 631m2
- Cost: 1,400,000rmb
- Design Phase: May, 2015 – September, 2015
- Construction Phase: June, 2015 – March, 2016
Thursday, November 3rd, 2016
Article source: EINSTEIN & ASSOCIATES
Seroeni is a casual Peranakan Chinese cuisine restaurant, derived from the other word for chrysanthemum, which is renowned as one of the Four Gentlemen in Chinese – East Asian art and the Japanese Emperor official seal. Seroeni aims to introduce Peranakan Chinese food, also knowns as “Nyonya” cuisine which was invented by the descendants of Chinese immigrants who came to the Malay archipelago and British Malaya (now Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore) between the 15th and 17th centuries.. Inspired by the food, the design concept is formed.
Image Courtesy © Mario Wibowo
- Architects: EINSTEIN & ASSOCIATES
- Project: Seroeni
- Location: St. Moritz, 1st floor, West jakarta, Indonesia
- Photography: Mario Wibowo
- Designer: Leo Einstein Franciscus
- Area: 300 M2
- Completion Date: June 2015
Saturday, October 29th, 2016
Article source: ARK / Reza Kabul Architects
Located in the historic Kala Ghoda district of South Mumbai, The Boston Butt is an all American barbeque diner with a southern soul. For the decor, chef and restaurateur Siddharth Kashyap along with his partners Karna Shinde and Nishant Rao, approached Ar. Reza Kabul who created a confluence of regional styles from the Dixie States into the design. The interior walls of the two-level restaurant set the backdrop for the space in a grungy plastered texture. Photographs, signage and mirror frames from the Prohibition Era accent the bare walls. The bevelled window panes are a manifestation of the late 18th century architecture of the French Quarters in New Orleans. Influenced by the predominant lumber industry in the Southern American States, the use of wood dominates the interior elements of the space such as flooring, seating and accessories. The lower level is designed to host families with its wooden dinner tables and seating, while the upper level hosts the livelier section with the bar and plaid wrapped corner couches. A bright red tractor hood not only adds color to the space but also doubles up as the DJ console. The wall mounted papier-mâché busts of a ram, deer, and boar create a focal point at the upper level. All in all The Boston Butt, the city’s first smokery and charcuterie, aims at delivering the finest food and ambience of the Dixie states!
Image Courtesy © KAAMNA
- Architects: ARK / Reza Kabul Architects
- Project: THE BOSTON BUTT
- Location: Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, India
- Photography: KAAMNA
- Area: 2,930 sq ft
Friday, October 28th, 2016
Article source: oficina INVISIBLE
Is there where fismuler want to be?
A semibasement of 420m2 at Sagasta street in Madrid, with such a small entry that seems to access a cave. An interior without scarcely light, with windows translucent and almost hidden by plaster moldings, with almost no space to move through a maze of hallways, cavities, toilets, two rooms after turning down a few stairs, with a ceiling too low … an almost claustrophobic. But yes, with a very large kitchen and almost ready to use directly by the cooks.
Image Courtesy © Luz estudio e Ilumisa
- Architects: oficina INVISIBLE
- Project: Fismuler
- Location: Street Sagasta 29, Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Luz estudio e Ilumisa
- Client: Fismuler, Grupo La Ancha
- Contributors: Pingpong architecture, Isabel Muñoz Cano and Ion Building Management
- Construction: Invisible Architecture directing among others to Aq Electric, Roaire, Ecopinttors, Locksmith¿s Algon, Luminaires Ilumisa, Hiperhostel, Megaman-Gedilsa and Recoupage
- Area: 420 m2
- Year: 2016