The interior design of Craft London Restaurant by Tom Dixon features over-sized and sumptuous velvet banquettes, expansive views of the kitchen and a pewter bar with a steel and aluminium bottle display.
Dreamy Camera Cafe is the dream realization of a Korean couple built in the shape of a camera inspired by the Rolleiflex 2.8F. The unique structure is situated next to their home located in Yangpyeong county, about 40 miles east of Seoul, South Korea.
Piet Boon Studio was commissioned by Michelin-star chef Sergio Herman and chef Nick Bril to convert the chapel of a former military hospital in Antwerp, Belgium into a contemporary restaurant. Their vision was to create a “fine dining meets rock ’n roll” restaurant with international allure.
Flask and The Press is an intimate contemporary bar lounge hidden behind the facade of a small sandwich shop in Shanghai, China. Designed by Alberto Caiola who used the traditional speakeasy concept and created the idea of using a vintage Coca-Cola vending machine as a camouflage door entrance to an elegant speakeasy-themed bar and lounge.
Bold use of vivid blue colour defines this refreshingly gritty decor designed by architect Mathew Van Kooy. Phamily Kitchen is situated within a modest Victorian era shopfront on Smith Street in Collingwood, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Barrel House Tavern located on Bridgeway Avenue in Sausalito, California in the San Francisco Bay Area has undergone a renovation that took nearly two years, resulting in incredible craftsmanship throughout the restaurant.
Experience whimsical Parisian elegance in Gothenburg, Sweden at Le Pain Français. The interiors of this delightful French restaurant was designed by Stylt Trampoli.
The slightly over-the-top and eclectic interior decor harkens back to the days of Jules Verne and Gustave Eiffel.