Articles tagged Restaurant

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LiquenLAV turns a small restaurant into a Tetris game

SORÍA, Spain – Pizzeria or puzzle? Valentín Sanz combines spatial efficiency and playfulness in his latest project: Pivvzza.

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Masquespacio demonstrates how to look great for day-to-night dining

València, Spain – There are millions of YouTube tutorials by beauty gurus on how to achieve something Masquespacio does effortlessly for gastrobar La Manera.

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What makes MARCUS, Marcus Samuelsson

WASHINGTON, D.C. – For Marcus Samuelsson’s first standalone restaurant in the capital, Parts and Labor Design pays homage to the chef’s multicultural heritage and personal style.

Mountain Hut by Peter Pichler Architecture and Pavol Mikolajcak. Photos Oskar Dariz / Jens Rüßmann
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.

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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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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.

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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.

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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.

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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 & …

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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.

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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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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 …