Following up the first successful collaboration, the Artist in Residence Room On The Roof in Amsterdam, i29 interior architects now realized the design of restaurant ‘The Kitchen’ for De Bijenkorf Utrecht, a high quality department store offering an extraordinary customer experience. A masterplan by Rijnboutt Architects optimized the complete department store including a new facade and brand new top floor, where the restaurant is positioned.
The restaurant’s interior was designed by Cult of Design for the most comfortable stay of visitors Sophisticated restaurant design – the key to successful work. Open facility where visitors could not only eat but also to relax, and communicate with each other – responsible task.
The interior design process resembles to an interactive game – each properly selected and combined interior element is equal to right game steps. Interior of Tolstiy&Tonkiy designed by YoDezeen is a game of lights and shadows, past and present, simplicity and elegance.
A new location of the Merry Berry cafe chain has been launched this year in June. The basic idea designed by Viacheslav Mariyanovskiy was to bring new life into the well-known and popular Odessa cafe chain still preserving the brand recognition.
Kiev restaurant Casa Nori was designed by YoDezeen and inaugurated in Kiev not so far and will definitely become a new discovery among Ukrainian restaurants and probably not only Ukrainian. It will be operating in the format of Cicchetteria – arisen in Venice of the 19th century gastronomical locations where the protagonists of menu have been various sorts of wine and local types of snacks.
OB Architecture were invited to design and deliver the refurbishment of a derelict workshop building in Hampshire to provide a headquarters for a British automotive company specializing in the servicing, restoration and racing of both modern and historic cars.
Located in the heart of a postindustrial district of Warsaw, hair salon designed by Poland’s leading interior design studio Mood Works – Karina Snuszka and Dorota Kuć, reinvents the concept of hairstyling with the balanced mix of iconic design and old style approach to customers.
“We really had to work for a long time to find a place, which would combine this non-corporate atmosphere, prestigious location along with a piece of history. And here it is! – says Krystian Kolondra, director of Polish agency Opera Software. The designers from mode:lina™ studio have faced a challenge of planning an interior project for Norwegian company Opera Software, creator of the popular web browser.
The company headquarters are located in two prestigious town houses in the hearth of Wroclaw – one from the beginning of the XIX century and the second from 1913 – which the owner is Zbigniew Grycan.