Posts filed under 'Interiors'
Alston Bar & Beef Restaurant by Jestico + Whiles
Interior design practice Jestico + Whiles has completed a new steak and gin restaurant located in the catacombs of Glasgow’s Central Station for food and drink group Glendola Leisure. The Alston Bar & Beef restaurant is the first to open up under Glasgow’s busiest railway station and boasts a dramatic wall mural visible to passers-by.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.08.2014 - Tagged as: Blacksheep, London, restaurant
The Gorgeous Kitchen by Blacksheep
London based Blacksheep has unveiled The Gorgeous Kitchen, an all-day dining concept launched as part of a regeneration project at T2, Heathrow Airport, operated by HMSHost International.
Finefood Kärlek och Mat by Note Design Studio, photo: Note
For a restaurant and coffee shop south of Stockholm, Note Design Studio took inspiration from the subtle variation and soft color changes of daylight in a photo series by Jordan Sullivan titled Death Valley, “that turns the harsh landscape into a poetic, inspiring place”.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.08.2014 - Tagged as: Canada, Naturehumaine
Au Pain Doré Bakery by Naturehumaine, photo: Adrien Williams
A bakery in Montreal, Canada inspired by the European concept of ‘bakery/café’, has made some major renovations to give the chain a contemporary look with help from local architects Naturehumaine.
Dental Angels dental clinic by YLAB Arquitectos, photo: Ciro Frank Schiappa
YLAB Arquitectos have created the interior design, and brand image, for a dental office called Dental Angels in Barcelona’s central Ensanche neighbourhood.
Fred Perry store, Bangkok by BuckleyGrayYeoman
BuckleyGrayYeoman’s Fred Perry flagship store in Bangkok brings a distinctively British sense of style, refinement and wit to Thailand.
No Wódka Store by Kontent, photo: Zajaczkowski Photography
Warsaw-based Kontent used scaffolding for the design of No Wódka, a pop-up Polish fashion and furnishings store in Berlin.
Koka Restaurant by Bornstein Lyckefors
For Koka, a Scandinavian food restaurant in Gothenburg, Sweden by studio Bornstein Lyckefors, architect Johan Olsson chose soft lighting using Ascent, a lamp designed by Daniel Rybakken.