Archive for the ‘Restaurant’ Category
Sunday, December 22nd, 2013
Article source: Celano Design Studio
Larchmont, NYItalianAmerican Chef Nick Di Bona has partnered with New Yorkbased Celano Design Studio to create his first restaurant, Madison Kitchen.
A native of Westchester, 28 year old Chef Di Bona has already proven himself a creative force in his own right, serving as Executive Chef at the renowned Pratt’s Inn and helping to bring its highest Zagat rating to date. Madison Kitchen will be Di Bona’s first solo restaurant venture, and will feature Di Bona’s personal twist on New American. “I wanted to offer an eclectic mix of good food. Westchester has a lot to offer, Asian markets, Italian grocers.” Inspired by Di Bona’s ItalianAmerican background, his respect for fresh and locally sourced ingredients, and his continuous search for new combinations of food and flavor, Madison Kitchen will bring delicious, inventive cuisine to Larchmont.
Image Courtesy © Celano Design Studio
Thursday, December 19th, 2013
Article source: Plan 9 Architecture
Image Courtesy © Plan 9 Architecture
- Architects: Plan 9 Architecture
- Project: Ristorante Sapore
- Location: Istanbul, Turke
- Software used: Autocad, 3ds Max, Vray and Photoshop
Tuesday, December 17th, 2013
Article source: BONE Structure®
With the inauguration of its new space, the restaurant-bar Brasseur de Montréal becomes the Montreal showcase for a commercial application of the BONE Structure® light steel construction system.
Using BONE Structure technology, part of Brasseur de Montréal’s outdoor terrace was closed in to expand the restaurant by 2,000 square feet, doubling its capacity with seating for 85 extra diners. “Our new space is superb,” notes Marc-André Gauvreau, vice-president and founder of Brasseur de Montréal, “with lots of light and an industrial feel that fits with the restaurant’s ambience. And it was all built in just two days, with no dust or waste.
Image Courtesy © BONE Structure®
- Architects: BONE Structure®
- Project: BRASSEUR DE MONTRÉAL
- Location: GRIFFINTOWN, Canada
Thursday, December 5th, 2013
Article source: Pascale Girardin
Anthology I & II is the title of ceramicist Pascale Girardin’s latest artwork, which has recently been unveiled in the Peninsula Hotel, New York, NY. The culmination of eight months work and throwing of over 1200 stoneware pieces, the twin sculptures are an important milestone for the Canadian artist, marking her first public work to be installed in the Big Apple.
Image Courtesy © Evan Dion
- Architects: Pascale Girardin
- Project: Newly Opened Clement Restaurant greets diners with sophistication
- Location: New York, United States
- Photography: Evan Dion
- Studio location: Montréal
- Project: Anthology I & II
- Client: Peninsula Hotel – Clement Restaurant
- Interior design: Yabu Pushelberg
- Completion date: Octobre 2013
Thursday, December 5th, 2013
Article source: ISRAEL ALBA
Renfe recognised the need to move the current corporate restaurant, situated above the platforms on Avda. Ciudad de Barcelona, to a new location on platform 6. The objective was updated, functional and representative premises that service the staff of the office buildings situated on these platforms in a distinctive location.
Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada
- Architects: ISRAEL ALBA
- Project: RENFE HEADQUARTERS RESTAURANT
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Jesús Granada
- Project team: Mónica Domínguez (associated architect), Javier Nuño, Zina Petrikova, Ines Steuber,
- Architect on-site: Lucía Esteban (Ineco)
- Quantity surveyor on-site: Gema Lanzas (Ineco)
- Area: 500 m²
- Client: RENFE
- Engineering consulting: María Concepción Pérez
- Builidng services consulting: Solventa Ingenieros Consultores, S.L.P. (Vicente Erguido)
- Construction company: Bauen, S.A.
Sunday, December 1st, 2013
Article source: Karina Wiciak
“Poczekalnia” is the eleventh project of the collection “XII”, designed entirely by Karina Wiciak.
“Poczekalnia” (which in Polish means “Waiting Room”) is a restaurant inspired by the prison.
Not only the interior but also the name of the restaurant itself is a kind of metaphor, because the prison itself can be euphemistically described as a kind of waiting room.
Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak
- Architects: Karina Wiciak
- Project: POCZEKALNIA
Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
Article source: El Equipo Creativo
In the Quechua language of Peru Pakta means “union”; in this case the union of two cultures and their respective cuisines . The interior design created by El Equipo Creativo emerges from this same idea, considering that Japanese cuisine is the basis of the nikkei gastronomy but wrapped in Peruvian tastes, colours, traditions and ingredients. With this in mind, the basic elements of the restaurant such as the bars, the kitchen and the furniture are designed with a clear reference to the architecture of the traditional Japanese taverns.
Image Courtesy © Adrià Goula
- Architects: El Equipo Creativo
- Project: PAKTA RESTAURANT
- Location: Barcelona. Spain
- Photography: Adrià Goula
- COLABORATORS: Lucas Echeveste Lacy, Cristina Huguet, Mireia Gallego
- GRAPHIC DESIGN: Chickenbox Studio
- PROJECT MANAGER: Sánchez Guisado Arquitectos
- CLIENT: grupo BCN 5.0 – Ferrán and Albert Adrià + Juan Carlos, Borja and Pedro Iglesias
- COMPLETION DATE: April 2013
- FLOOR AREA: 100m2
Sunday, November 24th, 2013
Article source: Workshop
Muelle Kay is a new seafood restaurant, located in the city of Merida, Yucatan in southeastern Mexico. The word Muelle means dock or pier in Spanish and Kay comes from the Mayan word fish. The goal of this project was to create a space that felt like a homey restaurant along the pier, so we decide to use materials that are commonly seen and accessible in local ports such as crates for exhibiting fish, wooden planks , ropes and sailcloth among others in a re interpretative way, achieving a modern yet casual style.
Image Courtesy © Workshop
- Architects: Workshop
- Project: Muelle Kay Restaurant
- Location: Yucatán, México
- DIMENSION: 220 m2
- YEAR: 2013
- Software used: autocad 2013, 3ds Max 2009
Thursday, November 21st, 2013
Article source: K-studio
The brief we were given called for an exclusive Japanese restaurant and bar in the northern suburbs of Athens. Within the extensive, open-plan space we needed to combine a sushi bar, a cocktail bar and seated dining areas with chic, polished design that would take diners seamlessly from intimate evening dining to more upbeat, late-night socialising.
Image Courtesy © George Messaritakis
- Architects: K-studio
- Project: Oozora
- Location: Athens, Greece
- Photography: George Messaritakis.
- Status: Completed 2012
- Contractor: Themis Christakopoulos
- Acoustic Engineer: Schubert
- Lighting: Halo
- Marble: Sotiris Bonitsis
- MDF Panels: Pafos
- Steel Structure: JVS Systems
Thursday, November 21st, 2013
Article source: Corvin Cristian
Studio Hermes is a club and restaurant featuring a variety of shows from cabaret to live bands. The design responds to acoustic requirements hence the look recalling a ’60 s audition hall.
Image Courtesy © Cosmin Dragomir
- Architects: Corvin Cristian
- Project: Studio Hermes
- Location: Selari street, Bucharest
- Photography: Cosmin Dragomir
- Completion: September 2013
- Key materials: Walnut solid wood and American walnut veneered MDF, Teak technical flooring, Epoxi floor, Onyx, Concrete, White marble table tops