Girasol is a restaurant based in Studio City, CA by C.J. Jacobson. His craft is best described as “rustic refined” very much like the interior of the restaurant. The interior design is chic and filled with subtle natural elements like the gray stone walls and white washed oak flooring.
The restaurant is located in Tallinn, near the Baltic sea. The site falls to the sea and is surrounded from the north and east by roads. The plot has an exceptionally beautiful views of the Old Town which is on the other side of the Bay of Tallinn.
The Dock Kitchen was created in the Wharf Building at Portobello Dock. The design is intended to be rough, leading customers through six different environments: reception, deli, canteen, kitchen, salon and private dining room. Each area has its own identity led by the function of the area.
Tianxi Oriental Club was envisioned and implemented by Deve Build Design and is located in Huizhou, a city located in central Guangdong province. One look at the interiors of this contemporary gathering setting and a potential visitor is likely to feel overwhelmed by the height of the originally-designed walls.
The building is designed by Mats Fahlander and Agneta Pettersson and have a nice view right by the harbor and an airy, light room with big windows overlooking the harbor. The interior is best described as nordic minimalism. The restaurant uses only local produced items and food, either the table is produced next door or the fish is from within Scandinavia´s borders.
Previously used as a clothing-fashion store, BCPT Associati has redefined the space and its destination, designed the interior architecture. Vivace Bar and Restaurant gives an option to drink great champagne, taste unique food, enjoy your lunch or dinner, in a colorful, tactile, sensorial, warm and basically original space.
When you walk into The Press Club restaurant in Melbourne, Australia, you can’t help but look up. Designed by Melbourne-based March Studio, this vast space shows off its dimensions with a mirrored wall on one side that reflects large windows on the other. However, the ceiling is the undeniable center of attention.
Our objective was to design a restaurant with an elegant and comfortable atmosphere which feels both contemporary and classic. This approach was born out of a close collaboration with the client, and arose from a set of tables and chairs the client had previously purchased for the space.
Beton Restaurant is made in the loft style. It provides all the attributes of the industrial trend, such as concrete structures and surfaces, rusted metal and glass. One of the walls as can be seen below is made of wooden blocks of different sizes, making it very interesting, which also has a function of a karaoke sound trap.