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S. ecret R. oom Nuevo León, Mexico, By Acrónimo

Thursday, March 7th, 2024

Article Source: Hugo Ozuna

The vinyl on the record player. A brief silence before the music starts; It is a sensual, wandering
trumpet, which already dances in the air. It is accompanied by a radiant voice. It’s Ella
Fitzgerald: “Dream a little dream of me, dream a little dream of me…”

Project: S. ecret R. oom
Location: Nuevo León, Mexico
February – May 2021
Size: 95 square meters (1025 sq.ft)

Collaborators: Juan José Espinosa, Rosa Torres.
Photography: Francisco Álvarez
Materials :Wood, glass, marble, natural stone.
Suppliers: Tecnolite, Gilsa, MAGG.


Joye&Sam Lifestyle Market in Shanghai, China by Zuoyi Design Consulting (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

Thursday, April 27th, 2023

Article source: Zuoyi Design Consulting (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

The Joye & Sam Lifestyle Market is located in the French Concession district of Shanghai, surrounded by a century worth of cultural heritage and atmosphere. Known as the Champs-Elysées of the East, the area is the city’s cultural hotspot, and is the home of various landmark institutions such as the Shanghai Library, the Shanghai Symphony Hall and the Shanghai Theatre Arts Center.

Image Courtesy © Studio SZ

  • Architects: Zuoyi Design Consulting (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
  • Project: Joye&Sam Lifestyle Market
  • Location: Shanghai, China
  • Photography: Studio SZ
  • Design team: Lingli Gao, Rick Chuang
  • LDI: Yangchuan Construction
  • Construction: Shanghai Hengpin Decoration Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • Construction area: 2000m2
  • Project Design: 2022
  • Completion Year: 2022


Olin Bar & Kitchen in Michigan by McIntosh Poris Associates

Friday, April 21st, 2023

Article source: McIntosh Poris Associates 

Olin Bar & Kitchen occupies the ground floor and lower level of an Art Deco building that once housed a puppet theater.

Olin’s main level features a bar, a kitchen, public restrooms, an entryway, an exterior storefront, canopies, and a take-out window service area; the lower level consists of kitchen-prep and storage areas, an office, and employee restrooms.

After establishing several successful restaurant concepts in Las Vegas, Holly and Shawn McClain of the McClain Group set their sights on their home base, Detroit.  They engaged local firm McIntosh Poris Associates to design a street presence and interiors for Olin Bar & Kitchen, a new Mediterranean-American Brasserie located in Downtown Detroit.  Olin is at once a cozy neighborhood hang-out and a sophisticated dining destination.  It simultaneously captures the history and modernism of the city through a balance of upscale industrial finishes and eclectic design choices.  The result is a fun and funky restaurant space that attracts both locals and out-of-town guests who prefer a local dining experience in an era inundated with chain concepts.

Image Courtesy © Justin Maconochie

  • Architects: McIntosh Poris Associates
  • Project: Olin Bar & Kitchen
  • Location: Michigan
  • Photography: Justin Maconochie; Karl Moses
  • Client: Holly and Shawn McClain, McClain Group
  • Size: 2 floors; 5,033 square feet (3,900-square-foot main level, 1,133-square-foot lower level)
  • General Contractor: City Contracting Services, Seth Helfman
  • Mechanical Engineer: Greenpath Design
  • Electrical Engineer: ETS Engineering, Inc.
  • Kitchen Consultant: Millis and Associates
  • Lighting Designer: Robert White, Illuminart/Peter Basso Associates
  • Environmental Graphics: Metro Signs & Lighting
  • Budget: $1 million
  • Year: 2020


Electric Pawn Shop in Dubai, UAE by Accent Design Group

Saturday, January 28th, 2023

Article source: Accent Design Group

Electric Pawn Shop takes birth as an F&B bar in the back of the H-Hotel, reading the traces of the restaurant that was once there. It projects to the inside the movement, light and speed of the cars on the second of November bridge, generating a theatrical play of reflections.

The project takes its inspiration from the 70’s Chinatown of New York replicating its dark and dystopian vibe whilst staying true to the essence of UAE’s culture. Consequently, the metropolitan environment shaping the bar is characterized by an after-dark dining feel, retro chairs, and red neon interiors where good music and exotic cuisine could merge to create a holistic sensory experience. We envisioned creating a new nightlife atmosphere unfolding a new generation of Asian bars through a venue that fuses counter culture and underground music. The limitations and possibilities of the tenant space were something we took into consideration, as we looked deep into its left-over textures.

Image Courtesy © Augustine Paredes

  • Architects: Accent Design Group
  • Project: Electric Pawn Shop
  • Location: Dubai, UAE
  • Photography: Augustine Paredes
  • Design Team: Joy Abi Rizk, Vanessa Abou Harb, Maria Ghraichi, Nathalie Saade, Leya Salman
  • Lead Architects: Elie Abs
  • Gross Built Area (m2/ ft2): 300 sqm
  • Completion Year: 2022


Ape Yakitori Bar in Newcastle, Australia by Prevalent

Thursday, January 12th, 2023

Article source: Prevalent

Âpé Yakitori Bar attempts to provide authenticity to a standardised, early 2000’s tenancy shell, a prevalent and often challenging typology that today dominates our cities.

Yakitori, literally translated as grilled bird, remains one of the most traditional and efficient practices of cooking. Each individual part of the chicken, or animal, or vegetable (in its modern interpretation) is utilised, from the heart to the thigh, liver and neck. It is the act of deconstruction to base constituent parts without wastage.

Image Courtesy © Jan Vranovský

  • Architects: Prevalent
  • Project: Ape Yakitori Bar
  • Location: Newcastle, Australia
  • Photography: Jan Vranovský
  • Lead Architects: Ben Berwick
  • Gross Built Area (m2/ ft2): 200m
  • Completion Year: 2022


Baardos La Citta in New Delhi, India by Studio Dangg

Monday, November 21st, 2022

Article source: Studio Dangg

The unchallenged grandeur of a city that still draws breath, confined to a space that emulates Roman architecture, Baardos La Citta , a fine dining venue is weaved into the urban fabric of the city – Delhi, India. The design identity being inconsequential to its surroundings, creates an ecosystem within, to disconnect its users from the outside world.

With rudimentary elements encompassing the site, the artistic language of this spatial magnificence mimics the inward-looking Domus to avert the user’s eye from the crummy view. The nonchalant viewer experiences serenity through this unconventional milieu offering exquisite food, refreshing greenery, a grand waterfall, and natural sunlight, all while being indoors.

Image Courtesy © Suryan & Dang

  • Architects: Studio Dangg
  • Project: Baardos La Citta
  • Location: New Delhi, India
  • Photography: Suryan & Dang
  • Principal Architect: Manav Dangg



Monday, November 14th, 2022

Article source: TOPOS DESIGN

WAT’s first store is located on Julu Road, Shanghai and kicks off plans for store expansion in other cities in China. WAT’s store in Changsha will combine retail and bar functions to explore the prototype of a supermarket bar.

The WAT Changsha store site is located on Jiefang West Road in Tianxin District, the most lively and bustling commercial area in Changsha. There are dense restaurants and snacks, bars and nightclubs and shopping malls. WAT Changsha store will be a super game park, where alcohol and games are played to the extreme.

Image Courtesy © XIAO Xiang

  • Architects: TOPOS DESIGN
  • Location: Changsha, China
  • Photography: XIAO Xiang
  • Clients: WATisgood
  • Principle Architect: LIN Chen
  • Project Architect: FENG Zixiang
  • Construction Side: Hunan Benshe Architectural Design Co.
  • Building Area: 200m²
  • Design Year & Completion Year: 2021.10 to 2021.12
  • Construction Year & Completion Year: 2021.12 to 2022.03


Cité Rooftop in Florianópolis, Brazil by Marcelo Salum

Monday, October 10th, 2022

Article source: Marcelo Salum

The Cité Rooftop bar and restaurant is located on the roof of a multifunctional building, which houses apartments and commercial offices in downtown Florianópolis, Brazil.

The space previously operated at another address and was inspired by the city of Paris. Making a connection between the previous and the current environment, the initial reference remained the same, but with the addition of new inspirations.

The entrance hall, with its contrasting colors and prints and the walls covered by heavy fabric curtains, recalls the private and often secret clubs of the City of Light.

Image Courtesy © Marcelo Salum

  • Architects: Marcelo Salum
  • Project: Cité Rooftop
  • Location: Florianópolis, Brazil


Mini Turkish Spot bistro in Moscow, Russia by UTRO architectural studio

Monday, June 27th, 2022

Article source: UTRO architectural studio

A small and minimalistic Mini Turkish Spot bistro was opened in Moscow on Tverskaya st. The project was designed by studio UTRO architects. The atmosphere of Turkey with its bright colors, brass lamps and colorful carpets became an inspiration for the new cafe’s interior and exterior design.

The space has an unusual feature: it was used as a through archway for cars some years ago. The area of the archway is about 30 sq. m., while the bistro room occupies only half of the space. And the owners wanted to have a place for a kitchen with a barbecue and a bar counter. Therefore studio UTRO came up with the idea to enlarge the space with a full-length stained glass window, which can be opened and connect the street area with the cafe room.

Image Courtesy © Architectural studio UTRO

  • Architects: UTRO architectural studio
  • Project: Mini Turkish Spot bistro
  • Location: Moscow, Russia
  • Project team: Alyona Zaitseva, Pavel Nesnov, Olga Khohlova, Marina Yarmarkina
  • Identity: Sasha Zaks
  • Area: 30 sq. m.
  • Year of completion: 2021


O Marmorista in Porto, Portugal by PFArchitectureStudio

Thursday, June 16th, 2022

Article source: PFArchitectureStudio

Four years, a global pandemic and several contractors, after the first conversation under the August sun, O Marmorista opened its doors.

The initial challenge was to transform an old marble workshop built in the 19th century, located in the heart of the financial area of ​​the city of Porto, in a bar where one can have a unique meal or in a restaurant where one can listen to the best music, without reservations, formalities or pretensions.

Image Courtesy © João Morgado

  • Architects: PFArchitectureStudio
  • Project: O Marmorista
  • Location: Porto, Portugal
  • Photography: João Morgado
  • Engineering: ASL&Associados, Lda + UrbanAct
  • Construction: Martins Pimenta, Lda
  • Year 2018-2021


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