Archive for the ‘Restaurant’ Category
Thursday, March 22nd, 2018
Article source: ROLAND BALDI ARCHITEKT
In the hearth of the city in Bozen, in an 18th century building, the first restaurant, market and wine house of the international brand italia&amore, opened its doors.
The office of Roland Baldi Architects has been commissioned with the structural and creative implementation of the company concept, which stands for natural, authentic, Italian quality food, that are produced according to ancient traditions by small producers.
Image Courtesy © T. Sorvillo / L. Guadagnini
- Architects: ROLAND BALDI ARCHITEKT
- Project: Italia & Amore Restaurant Market Wine Shop
- Location: Bolzano, Italy
- Photography: T. Sorvillo / L. Guadagnini
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Adobe
- Client: italia & amore Gastro Srl
- Collaborators: Arch. Sila Giriftinoglu, Arch. Harald Kofler
- Interior Design: Roland Baldi architects, Gruppe Gut, Heike Linster
- Construction Management: Roland Baldi architects
Thursday, March 22nd, 2018
Article source: ANMA
This operation, which forms part of the Mirabeau Campus Plan, describes three complementary university programs – a media library, a restaurant, and a residence- that must be linked, but each has their own identity and operational autonomy. This multiple programming plays, simultaneously, with the imbrication and the distinction with regard to the existing building and its specific image.
Image Courtesy © Guillaume Guérin
- Architects: ANMA
- Project: Media Library and University Residence
- Location: 348 Avenue Gaston Berger, 13090 Aix-en-Provence, France
- Photography: Guillaume Guérin
- Team: Valérie Dubois, Jean-Pierre Buisson, Etienne Challet-Hayard, Alice Perugini, Virginie Mira, Ronan Le Hyaric
- Clients: Rectorat de l’Académie Aix / Marseille
- Completion Year: 2016
Wednesday, March 21st, 2018
Article source: McIntosh Poris Associates
McIntosh Poris Associates worked with Aparium Hotel Group to repurpose the former Detroit Fire Department Headquarters and adjacent building, previously known as the Pontchartrain Wine Cellars, into the Detroit Foundation Hotel. Together, the two historically registered buildings will accommodate 100 hotel rooms, office/conference spaces, Detroit-focused retail, and a fitness center. The boutique hotel features a ground-level restaurant/lounge and a roof-top banquet space housed in a new addition. The $28-million project embraces a “Detroit State of Mind” to welcome both visitors and locals with an authentic sense of place.
Image Courtesy © Jason Keen
- Architects: McIntosh Poris Associates
- Project: Detroit Foundation Hotel
- Location: Detroit, Michigan, USA
- Photography: Jason Keen, Joe Vaughn, Michelle and Chris Gerard
- Client: Aparium Hotel Group and Arco Development
- General Contractor: Sachse Construction
- Size: 95,000 square feet; 5 floors
Monday, March 19th, 2018
Article source: destilat ARCHITECTURE+DESIGN
Planning the first restaurant of two young gourmet cooks was yet another great opportunity for destilat to realize an exciting gastronomy project in a heritage-protected environment.
The architectural concept is based on the culinary philosophy of Marko Barth and Sebastian Rossbach: a kitchen with simple yet top-quality and predominantly regional products that are finished in a sophisticated and creative way.
Image Courtesy © destilat ARCHITECTURE+DESIGN
Monday, March 19th, 2018
Article source: Zeno Pucci + Architects
The \”Torre di Baratti – Bio Resort & Restaurant\” is located in the enchanting Gulf of Baratti and enjoys a panoramic position of considerable prestige, with unique views and characteristics, right in the middle between sea and hills, at the foot of the ancient Etruscan village of Populonia . The site is immersed in an extraordinary countryside, a fertile land populated by beautiful olive groves with centuries-old trees of wild beauty, stone walls \”dry\” that rise in the blue sky, delimiting the vast fields creating here and there plots variables, flanked by important remains of Etruscan civilizations, and ancient lookout towers. It is a strong landscape full of signs and meaning, the one where the village of Baratti is born, a gulf of sea of rare beauty, which has maintained that genuine taste of home, and where stands the \”Torre di Baratti – Bio Resort & Restaurant\”, immersed in the colors and smells of the countryside, whose name comes from the particular type of building, born as an outpost watchtower.
Image Courtesy © Zeno Pucci+Architects
- Architects: Zeno Pucci+Architects
- Project: Torre di Baratti – Bio Resort & Restaurant
- Location: Baratti, Italy
Monday, March 19th, 2018
Article source: KINNERSLEY KENT DESIGN
Kinnersley Kent Design, one of London and Dubai’s most prestigious design consultancies, has completed the interior design of Aloft Al Ain, a stylish new four-star hotel in the heart of the Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium development in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
Image Courtesy © KINNERSLEY KENT DESIGN
Friday, March 16th, 2018
Article source: MVRDV
Europe consists of thousands of small towns that compete for recognition. A beautiful and useful force, which can create a strong energy for the future of Europe. One of these towns is Esslingen am Neckar. A city situated in the region of Stuttgart, in the south of Germany. In Esslingen, in the “Neue Weststadt”, a former freight depot with a diverse industrial history, a new office building will be realised. Together with RVI, a developer situated in Saarbrücken, MVRDV design a new Milestone for the city, which will draw attention to the town and its developments, a “crystal rock”.
Image Courtesy © MVRDV
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: The Milestone
- Location: Esslingen, Germany
- Client: RVI, Germany
- Design Team: Winy Maas, Markus Nagler, Tobias Tonch, Christine Sohar, Alessio Palmieri, Cheng Cai and Bartosz Kobylakiewicz
- Visualization: Antonio Luca Coco, Kirill Emelianov, Luca Piattelli, Pavlos Ventouris
- Size: 6,500m²
- Year: 2016+
Thursday, March 15th, 2018
Article source: velvet projects
The main premise of the project for the renovation of the Venta Melchor restaurant was to design a space that respected the original essence, mixing it with contemporary elements that would give it a more modern and cosmopolitan air.
Image Courtesy © Julio Gonzalez
- Architects: velvet projects
- Project: Restaurante Venta Melchor
- Location: Conil de la Frontera, Spain
- Photography: Julio Gonzalez
- Size: 180m2
- Date of Completion: june, 2017
Wednesday, March 14th, 2018
Article source: Studio 3LHD
A few years after the opening of Hotel Lone, Restaurant L – one of three restaurants in the hotel, was rebranded as ResoLution Signature Restaurant. 3LHD was involved in the transformation of a part of the restaurant space into a show cooking kitchen that will be used for presenting new techniques to chefs, for cooking schools, teambuilding activities etc. The design and the atmosphere are based on the recognizable Hotel Lone design with a somewhat modified material repertoire. Smoked oak wood and American walnut discreetly supplement the dominant terazzo floor and lattice ceiling, pointing out that the function of the space, and its character, has changed.
Image Courtesy © Jure Živković
- Architects: Studio 3LHD
- Project: ResoLution Signature Restaurant
- Location: Luje Adamovića 31 (Hotel Lone), Rovinj, Croatia
- Photography: Jure Živković
- Software used: ArchiCAD
- Client: Maistra d.d.
- Geolocation: 45°4’21” N, 13°38′ 23” E
- Electrical Engineering: Adolf Klarin (Ipro-Inženjering)
- Main Contractor: SDMS
- Footprint (m2): 91,7m2 (interior), 100m2 (terrace + garden)
- Level (m): 13,50
- Project Start Date: 10.2016.
- Project End Date: 02.2017.
- Construction Start Date: 02.2017.
- Construction End Date: 03.04.2017.
Sunday, March 11th, 2018
Article source: CIVIC Architects
With the start of 2018, a new iconic structure was opened to the public in Tilburg (Netherlands). The structure forms a public pavilion on the central pier in the old city harbour and serves as a landmark for recreational boats and yachts, visiting the city. The firms Civic Architects & Bright Urban Futures designed a striking steel structure that unites the public viewing platform and the restaurant, adding a piece of sturdy architecture to the harbour vista.
Image Courtesy © Stijn Bollaert
- Architects: CIVIC Architects
- Project: Piushaven Harbour Pavilion
- Location: Hopliedenkade, Tilburg, Netherlands
- Photography: Stijn Bollaert
- Client: Orion Projectontwikkeling, The City of Tilburg
- Civic Architects: Jan Lebbink, Rick ten Doeschate, Ingrid van der Heijden, Gert Kwekkeboom, Fernanda Romeu, Angela Solis, Niels Boswinkel, Helena Moreno
- Bright urban Futures: Gerjan Streng
- Partners: Archimedes Bouwadvies, BAM Bouw en Techniek, Janssen Lastechnieken
- Floor Size: 260 m2
- Period: November 2015 – December 2017