Articles tagged Restaurant

Architecture

A mountain hut merges with the landscape like a fallen tree

BOLZANO – Milan-based firm Peter Pichler Architecture and local architect Pavol Mikolajcak have designed a restaurant and lounge for visitors to the Obereggen ski resort.

Hospitality

At Toronto’s Leña, Argentinean hospitality makes Art Deco feel accessible

TORONTO – From chic cocktails to high-energy lunches to refined dining, four-floor Leña offers a mosaic of interiors to accompany Argentinean flavours and hospitality.

 

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Hospitality

The Kitchen at De Bijenkorf becomes the buzz of the town

UTRECHT – i29 interior architects makes the new restaurant at luxury department store De Bijenkorf part of the brand experience with one simple yet bold design element.

Hospitality

Masquespacio shines a spotlight on authentic Japanese hospitality in Spain

VALENCIA – Breaking the barrier between interior and exterior, creative agency Masquespacio injects the air of a typical Tokyo neighbourhood into a Spanish eatery.

Hospitality

Restaurant Carve goes cashless with roasts for the lunch hour rush

LONDON – Melt Design Hub puts a modern spin on the concept of the carvery to cater to London’s lunchtime crowds.

Hospitality

Sibling Architecture illustrates Australia's multicultural society for a Chinese bistro

MELBOURNE – By placing Shanghainese Art-Deco motifs in a Melbourne context, Sibling Architecture establishes a new form of Sino-Australian aesthetic for Chinese bistro Ricky & …

Hospitality

Restaurants readers' choice: top projects of 2016

Throwing out rustic charm for contemporary luxury, today’s dining spots lure in guests with sleek surfaces and a serve of finesse. Take a look at Frameweb’s most-viewed restaurants in 2016.

Austin

Chioco Design modernizes the iconic American diner aesthetic for a Mexican eatery

AUSTIN – With the help of a vibrant colour palette and contemporary materials, Chioco Design brings a 1950s style drive-in into the 21st century for Torchy’s Tacos.  

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Bar/Club

Hospitality hubs designed for social interaction and cultural reflection

AMSTERDAM – The venues in our new book Night Fever 5 are not only destinations to drink, dine and dream from across the globe, they are also spaces for social interaction, with many of the designs …

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Yod Design assigns an industrial edge to a Ukranian burger joint

KIEV – For a burger joint that targets a cosmopolitan crowd, Yod sought a design that would exude a modern, industrial vibe. This project appears in Night Fever 5 that can currently be pre-ordered …

Copenhagen

Space Copenhagen realizes a follow-up to top restaurant Noma

COPENHAGEN – After teaming up for the design of Noma, chef René Redzepi and Space Copenhagen return to the table to create the interior of Restaurant 108.

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Night Fever 5 out soon: discover the latest trends in hospitality design

AMSTERDAM – The next edition of our sought-after book series Night Fever will be out soon, brimming with design inspiration from across the globe. Pre-order now to get 20% discount!