Experts have pointed out that world’s most popular interior design can contribute to the efficiency of their projects much more significanly than many of us can imagine. Similarly to Food & Beverage Industry in which taste and decoration of the dishes can help to distinguish one brand from the others, a unique interior setup on the media can be one among the main factorings deciding why customers choose to come to your restaurants. As follows are 10 among the most prevalent and impressive restaurant interior designs
Being a part of the renovation plan for the 5-star hotel W Amsterdam in this year, the Vienna- themed restaurant- cafe carries the spirit of Baroque. Being designed by Baranowitz Kronenberg, the project utilise its advantage of high ceiling mixed with eye-catching textures, encompassed by big chandeliers on medium height, everything brings about a luxury atmosphere as well as a touch of coziness to guests’ experience. A space filled with significantly bright culture from the Southern France and Italy.
Based in Hongkong and designed by the Japanese artist Sou Fujimoto, this restaurant stands on a land whose aim is to be a multi-purpose location for Indonesian citizens, where purchasement of fresh coffee and lunch services are available. Stainless steel made flower pots are installed as a ‘mini-tropical’ forest, which still leaves sufficient space for people to sit and enjoy. The Indonesian culture is also displayed through the furniture in this restaurant, reflected in vintage textures in delicate pillows and leather sofa.
The designer has collaborated with a British Chef to build up this ‘pharmaceutical’ restaurant, adopting a kind of street art themed after Newport streets in Vauxhall, London. RIBA Stirling Prize in 2016 is a rewarding result for a construction with remarkable artistic design from images and symbols of pills, butterflies, and colourful, abstract paintings. Glass windows are sticked with decal showring DNA structures, standing on Jade-paved floor and stainless steel made bar.
The efforts of Zhaoyang in converting an office area into a restaurant and painting showroom in the Western South China. Started with an old house built with bricks, concrete and wood on a 200 meter square land, the design team has completely renovated this venue into the combination of a restaurant, local handicraft market and one painting showroom. The most remarkable thing in this project is the bamboo work on the ceiling and walls through which sunlight can pass through.
The very first impression getting into this venue is the ‘tidy and neat’ feeling from the interior details. With the overall tendency ‘Connect to the present’, this project, designed by the well-known electric engineer Mimosa Architekti, has attracted visitors thanks to it creative uniqueness. The white-painted walls contribute to highlight the electric wire network, which has ben geniously installed with rhythm, leading sights to the bulbs on dining tables. All electric circuits were stationed behind the bar and thus, light bulbs can be switched on and off automatically when customers come and leave.
Nacrée, located in Myagi, Tokyo, is developed by a Japanese Chef who has worked at a 3-star Michelin standard restaurant in France. With unique design coming from bended partition on the floor, Acrylic tubes connected from the floor to ceiling, the space is separated by transparent detail. This, combined with aesthetic lighting setup produces light reflecting on Acrylic tubes and decorative flower branches, has brought up a miraculous atmosphere within the restaurant
This Japanese Restaurant is decorated with single-colour images, inspired from tattoo culture Yazuka. The graphics designed by Claire Leina is not only applied throughout the walls and ceiling as well as furniture, but also reflected on ceramic materials.
This ‘numbered’ restaurant is a high-end business in the Capital Land of Denmark, owned by Chef Rene Redzepi and designed on an old industrial storage room. The designers had combined every modern elements of the building with Bespoke local furniture, forming a distinctive Scandinavian style. A touching experience is created by the mix of space and colour, mainly basil green and vintage moss green on the background of wood materials, brick walls and concrete roof.
Udara, a designer of Lehanneur was in charge of the interior design for this construction, whose objective is to offer the locals and tourists the opportunity to discover the non-fat huge cakes, in the middle of a friendly, modern and cozy atmosphere. This stylish chain of Boutique restaurant is exclusively for gourmets who fancy non-fat food in District 7, Paris.
Located in the waiting area of Santa Maria Novella training station, this project’s unique point is the use of antique materials such as brass, crystal and Jade on the history – reflective graphics, all to bring about a mixed feeling, both luxury and nostalgic