Hotel Restaurant & Bar
This is a book showing interior design works of restaurants and bars in hotels. The book includes a total of 94 interior design projects. It fully shows the details of hotel restaurant and bar design through explicit descriptions of the pictures and drawings of these projects. With rich contents and novel design, the book provides the readers with great inspirations.
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Restaurant & Bar
DESIGN MEDIA PUBLISHING LIMITED
Restaurant & Bar Edited by Rebecca Li
DESIGN MEDIA PUBLISHING LIMITED
Adriana Hvar Marina Hotel & Spa
Hotel Condesa df
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
The Chedi Milan
The Dominican Hotel
Hotel Marriott Reforma
Metropole Luxury Boutique Hotel
The Europe Resort Killarney
Andaz West Holywood
Hotel Palomar Los Angeles
Hotel Principe di Savoia
Murmuri Hotel Barcelona
Hotel Rho Fiera Milano
The Larimar Hotel
Nanjing Central Hotel
The Levante Parliament
The Mercure Eastgate Hotel
Hotel Skt Petri
Nordic Light Hotel
The New Majestic Hotel
Beity Hot Spring Hotel
Hotel & Spa Bad Waltersdorf
Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande
The Park Hotel
Busan Paradise Hotel
Hotel St Barth Isle de France
Park Hyatt Maçka Palas
Central Palace Una Hotel
Hotel Villa & Resort Luisa
Porta Fira Towers
The Three Storks Hotel
Hotel Watt 13
Radisson BLU Hotel Dakar
East Hong Kong
Radisson BLU Hotel Hamburg
Twenty Five Hours Hotel Hamburg
Empire Riverside Hotel & 'Brauhaus'
JW Marriott Hotel Beijing
Renaissance Boston Waterfront
UNA Hotel, Bologna
Eurostar Madrid Tower Hotel
Kempinski Pragelato Village & SPA Piedmont
Renaissance Las Vegas
UNA Hotel, Naples
Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
Seaside Hotel Palm Beach
Wald- und Schlosshotel
KUUM Hotel Spa & Residences
Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo
Wall & Water Restaurant at Andaz Wall Street
Shangri-la’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel
Wellness Park Lasko
Granite Lodge at the Ranch at Rock Creek
Le Meridien Parkhotel
Sheraton La Caleta Resort & Spa
Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees
Liquid Bar and 24 Central Café
Sofitel Lyon Bellecour
Logosun International Hote
The Address Hotel
Adriana Hvar Marina Hotel & Spa Croatia
The Adrianaâ€™s appeal is the sophisticated simplicity of the architecture which is then carried through and exploited in the interior design concept. Behind the simple, elegant sandstone faĂ§ade with its grid of bedroom windows with narrow sliding shutters is a comfortable restaurant and lobby space, a ground floor lobby bar, a rooftop bar and lounge, 59 guest rooms and suites and a fourth floor saltwater pool. Adjacent to the swimming pool on the fourth floor is the main hotel bar with a 15-metrelong counter and stunning views across Hvar town. The blue-lit SkyBar, as it is known, acts as a shining beacon over Hvar, offering the best possible place to have a cocktail and watch the sunset.
1. Purple seating matches the purple light 2. Star-like light shining in the bar counter 3. Guests could enjoy beautiful night view outside from the seating -
Alila Jakarta Jakarta, Indonesia
The hotel in the middle of Jakarta's central business district stays true to its name, a Sanskrit word meaning "surprise". The Alila Jakarta exemplifies simple elegance and skips all unnecessary ornamentation or excess throughout its twenty-seven floors. A Shanghai-style modern bistro is designed with open kitchen behind the glass wall. An extensive variety of Shanghainese cuisine, from the simple to the sumptuous â€“ this is the land of the best soup, noodles, rice, and more dumplings. Located on the second floor, with large windows letting in the natural daylight, Lobby Lounge is the ideal location to close that deal, relax and unwind with friends, catch up with a good book or review the daily national newspapers. Enjoy the calming chill-out music and signature beverages whilst surfing the net via WiFi connection.
1. Warm colours in the casual dining space 2. Wooden materials show high quality of the space 3. Dining next to the window
Almyra Hotel Cyprus
The hotel has undergone an ultra-chic metamorphosis and now features sleek interior elegance inspired from the island’s patron goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite. Splashes of the 1970s' boldness – such as white leather sofas and ottomans – are enhanced by a combination of natural and artificial lighting. Seeing as the hotel places as much emphasis on a successful family experience as on good design, the concept focuses on the practical as well. The orange colour of chairs in the bar creates a warm space for the guests. Daylight shining from the windows in the restaurant also provides the guests with a warm and bright atmosphere.
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1. Sunshine split into the bar through the big windows 2. Orange dining sofas add warmth to the space 3. Neat dining space 4. The restaurant is of light colour 5. Guests could enjoy sunshine from the seating next to the windows 5
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Andaz West Holywood Los Angeles, USA
A new "Glass Pavilion", framed in skeletal steel, extends the hotelâ€™s bar and restaurant out onto Sunset. The space is transparent and becomes a shared experience between the public and private realm. The pavilion features a custom tumbled mosaic patterned floor. Above the main entrance to the hotel is a panel made of black polished stainless steel tiles that are custom stamped. These same tiles appear in the lobby bar and along the back bar of the restaurant. The delicate marble bar counter shining with the star lights in the bar, comfortable and elegant tables, chairs and droplights in the bar and restaurant create a fabulous space for the guests.
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1. Grand wine shelf shining with the light 2. Tables and chairs match with each other 3. Unique zigzagging droplight 4. Dark colours show grandness 5. Seating with open kitchen
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Andelâ€™s Berlin Berlin, Germany
The hotel revitalised a former apartment building by Studio Aldo Rossi near Alexanderplatz. Linked to the lobby at ground floor is the grand, double-height, "Oskars" bar. Enlivening the corner of Landsberger Allee and Storkower Strasse, its monolithic stone tile interior is juxtaposed with accents of colour from the lounge furniture and stacked glass bar. The sky bar, in the crown of the tallest corner tower, has three hundred and sixty degree views of the city. It is a louche and loungy loft space, lined with anthracite polished plaster, scored to reveal a lining of fuschia suede. The hotel also boasts a destination Fine Dining restaurant with sixty covers, serving gourmet Austrian cuisine with a dedicated sommelier and wine cellar. There is also further dining for over five hundred guests or delegates in the hotelâ€™s two dining rooms, which still retain a special intimate feel through the use of upholstered dividing screens and windows.
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1. Rich colours in the bar 2. Green chairs in the restaurant remind guests of life 3. Red and pink colours add warmth to the space 4. The light on the ceiling is like a moon 5. Guests could enjoy the night view from the windows
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Andelâ€™s Krakow Krakow, Poland
The design develops the core principles established by the previous Andelâ€™s style and comfort, with respect to the specific requirements of the traveller in this part of the world. Warm, textured, riven stone lines the rear of the reception, contrasting with burnished metallic shells enclosing the restaurant. The shells interlock to locate and define different zones, establishing set routes and views through the building, while allowing space to flow freely. The bars are designed in response to the brief for a 24/7 space, welcoming for both the business and leisure guest, the individual and groups, optimistic in the day and intimate and louche in the evening. The bars are lined with locally sourced stained glass in saturated colours with warm stained timber.
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1. Colourful drink shelf 2. Unique separation in the restaurant 3. Red wall and dark tables&chairs
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Andel's Lodz Lodz, Poland
The hotel includes 180 bedrooms, 80 long stay apartments, a four-level atrium, a stylish bar, cafĂŠ, restaurant with a business centre and a 600-capacity grand conference room. The ceiling of the restaurant is very special with steel-like steams and columns. Together with the droplights and decorations of the same style, they create a vigourous atmosphere. Guests could appreciate the unique design here when enjoying the dainty dishes. The different dinning areas provide guests with different experiences.
1. Ceiling and flooring match together in the restaurant 2. Unique furniture 3. White table sheets contrast dark chairs 26 - 27
Arcadia Hotel Tripoli, Greece
Hotel Arcadia is located on the first square one encounters entering the city of Tripoli on the Peloponnese. White is the dominating colour of the internal spaces, both in the common spaces and in the rooms. Black is used for the floor finishes, to create a base and to bring a contrast to the rooms, without making them appear smaller. Large marble slabs were used on the ground floor, wallpaper on the walls and ceiling, and for the fixed furniture such as the bar and the reception desk white corian was chosen. The lighting of the spaces is mainly indirect: the light source is hidden, adding to the relaxing atmosphere of the spaces.
1. This is a black and white dining space 2. There is occasionally some bright colour 28 - 29
Becker's Hotel Trier, Germany
Amidst the vineyards and rolling hills of Trier, one of the oldest cities in Europe, the hotel& restaurant could be dated back to Roman times. Through the use of natural materials such as stone and wood, the property appears as if it is almost nestled within its surroundings. Blocks of charcoal grey basalt form a recurring motif inside the hotel as well, their subtly varying patterns lending the design a dynamic yet truly classic timelessness. Yet Beckerâ€™s selfprofessed heart is its kitchen. Done in black and white, the restaurant it serves suggests a sophistication befitting a black-tie event or a white wedding, while the wine bar's deeper, darker tones evoke a cosmopolitan night out. Here, too, are the ubiquitous basalt stones, but the simple rectangular shelving for the wine glasses adds a repetitive, almost artistic visual element to the room.
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1. Simple bar design with dark colour 2. Outdoor dining space 3. Different colours create a space with richness 4. Candle lights add a romantic feeling 5. Stone walls in the restaurant are very atmospheric
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Beity Hot Spring Hotel
Located in the setting of Basaltic hill, overlooking the Zhongliang mountains, this hotel absorbs the essence of the nature. It is like a picture of gardens, showing its unique beauty of tranquility, quietness, spirit and strangeness.
It is far away from vanity but not the city, which is the best definition of the hotel. The dark palette in the design shows "quietness" and most importantly, saves electricity resources. Due to the dark "warm" colours in the design, people will feel like in the flowers, which aims to create "fragrance" of the hotel. All these design shows in the restaurant.
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1. There are luxurious fabrics in the dining room 2. Grand crystal droplight adds an elegant and luxurious feeling 3. Grand table with delicate dishware 4. Bar space
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Busan Paradise Hotel Busan, Korea
1. Dark floor and bright table sheets and chairs create a rich dining space 2. Ball-shape shining droplights in the corridor 38 - 39
The overall concept of the Busan Paradise Hotel is modern classic. It has some of the elements of traditional classic spaces with a modern GAIA touch. The buffet restaurant is in a way an extension of the lobby where the emphasis is on grand food display. In order to break the monotonic space, unique, stylish banquette booths are placed all around in order for the space not to appear as seas of tables and chairs. Warm colours, lightings and luxurious wood as well as stone flooring contribute to the overall feel of modernity, comfort and luxury.
Central Palace Una Hotel Catania, Italy
A prestigious building dating back to the early 1900s, in the artistic and commercial heart of Catania, was already an historical luxury hotel. The restoration project has been carried out in the view of maintaining the Sicilian style and traditional cultural heritage. The hotel provides ninety-four rooms and nine meeting rooms, fitness centre, Turkish bath, indoor parking, elegant banquet room, roof garden, panoramic terrace with restaurant and American bar. Many Mediterranean elements are integrated into the design of the restaurant. The dining seating surrounded by white long curtains are elegant and romantic. The decoration on the ceiling and the choice of the chandelier are reminiscent of the Mediterranean beach and sunshine. Every detail is taken into consideration to offer guests a luxury dining experience.
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1. Dim light in the restaurant helps to create a romantic mood 2. Special ceiling with delicate droplights 3. The dining seating overlooking the corridor below 4. Round bar counter
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Facing a busy arterial road of the city and flanked by commercial buildings on either side with a residential building at the rear, this small plot for a business hotel had a height limitation of 24 m.
Suspended within the lobby volume, a wood wrapped corridor acts as an open bar overlooking the lobby while leading into a restaurant at the upper level. A glass punctuated floor with colour changing lights echo the exterior wall composition in this open bar corridor with a linear glass bar counter. Angled trapezoidal planes, punctuated with varied compositions, fold down from the ceiling to create two private dining areas within the restaurant space and fragment the volume into smaller spaces that are lent more privacy. The restaurant design thus creates compositions of form that are varied depending upon which part they are being perceived from.
1. The ceiling in the bar is curving 2. The colour changes on the ceiling with lights 44 - 45
East Hong Kong Hong Kong, China
The name "EAST" reflects the design concept which interprets the contemporary Oriental travel experience as being world class, efficient, modern, playful and with a touch of culture. This project is designed for a long time which takes a lot of energy and money for the process. It is excellent in the appearance, arrangement and function in which all the appliances are connected with each other well. The materials in the building are chosen by strict standards to make sure of the quality of the project. Special droplights in the restaurant and comfortable seating provide guests with a great dining atmosphere. Decorations and furniture in the bar also create a nice space for relaxing.
1. The night bar with rich colours 2. The restaurant with elegant design 46 - 47
Empire Riverside Hotel & "Brauhaus" Hamburg, Germany
This four-star hotel and a retail and office building in St. Pauli, Hamburg is part of a 110,000-square-metre housing and office development on the former Bavaria brewery grounds. The extraordinary nature and history of the Bavaria grounds â€“ overlooking the river Elbe â€“ inspired the research for this project. The relatively high ceiling and the glass curtain wall made the restaurant seem extremely spacious. The regular load-bearing columns add a noble sense to the space. Modern tables and chairs are placed by the windows, enabling spectacular views when dining. In such an environment, you would experience the luxury of modern life. The chandeliers are a perfect decoration during the day and at night.
1. There is a great view from bar windows 2. Restaurant of big scale 3. Relaxing dining seating 48 - 49
Eurostar Madrid Tower Hotel Madrid, Spain
It is the highest hotel in Madrid, placed in a tower of 56 floors, 31 of which are destined for the hotel use. Into the 30th floor are the two restaurants of the Hotel provided by incredible views. One of them is more useful for the daytime, with an elegant but to the same fresh air ambience, suitable to give breakfasts or meals. The design of the space obtains this character with the combination of dark wood, silver and blocked elements, and the colours purple, orange and green. The other restaurant is conceived with a daring design for one restaurant Ă la carte more select and elegant. In this case it is the black and white, colours that mark the rule of the general design, from the wall up to the roof in white; the counterpoint is given for the floor made of black heat with small pieces in white. The result is a very sophisticated and special atmosphere. 2
1. White tables and chairs add a neat feeling 2. Grand ball-shape droplights create a luxurious space
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Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast Belfast, Ireland
In the Fitzwilliam Belfast, the designers have referenced some traditional domestic typologies again. The private dining room is a unique feature to the hotel, a glazed pavilion shrouded in deep purple sheer curtains poised above the inglenook and overlooking the main lobby with its series of dramatic "Allegro" Gold wire chandeliers. The bar is deliberately moody and quite dark. A notable feature is the burnished brass coffers to the ceiling, a detail followed through in the brass front to the bar and the retro styled screens between booths. The restaurant likewise plays with ideas of openness and enclosure. Each of the three rooms has a pair of oak refectory tables as the centrepiece above which hang large, feature pendants. 1. Comfortable seating in the bar 2. Rectangular droplights above the tables 3. Delicate dishware on the table 52 - 53
Fortress Hotel Sri Lanka
Fortress was a challenge to C&C Studio because it was originally designed architecturally as a 3 star budget hotel. A sexy bar is open with hanging lounge seats. In the dining area, people could enjoy a beautiful view of the site when enjoying dishes. This is Sri Lankaâ€™s first very contemporary and modern resort. Others in the past more or less followed the maestro Jeffery Bawa's style of design, so well known particularly in Sri Lanka and the rest of the world. It gave the designers an opportunity to do something of good design in this part of the world and hopefully to create a place for others to experience the same beauty that they found there.
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1. There are hanging lounge seats in the bar 2. There are a range of wine selections 3. Guests could enjoy the beautiful view of the pool when dining on the terrace 4. Inner dining combines with dining outside 5. There are comfortable sofas in the bar
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Gabriel Hotel Paris, France
Hotel Gabriel is just a stone's throw from the Place de la République, surrounded by boutiques, art galleries and small restaurants. Located in the busy heart of the city, Hotel Gabriel is a metropolitan oasis in the truest sense of the term. The design reveals a firm dedication to guest rejuvenation and relaxation entirely in keeping with the theme. Breakfast room and Bar lounge – guests can choose from a range of antioxidant drinks and a wide selection of teas by Kusmi – the "Detox Blend" of green tea, mate, lemongrass and lemon is particularly good for stimulating body cells.
1. Lighting and decoration emphasise the neatness of the space 2. Glass separation 3. The whole design of the restaurant creates a very fresh atmosphere 58 - 59
Seasoned hotelier Kai Hollmann turned Hamburg's 19th-century municipal gasworks ("Gaswerk") into Europe's first loft-style hotel look as easy as dropping a "t" into its name, instantly transforming the complex into a "guest works".
Sheer curtains on either side point the way to the bar and restaurant or to the seven conference rooms. Pure functionality is still expressed by exposed pipes and naked brick walls, but interior designers Regine Schwethelm and Sibylle von Heyden found that the brick actually provided a warm backdrop. They set about contrasting the buildingâ€™s rough edges with soothing textures, slick and simple MDF furniture, oversized armchairs and touches of Asia â€“ an imported style prevalent in this seafaring city.
1. Bar counter matches with bar stool 2. Brick wall in the restaurant 60 - 61
Granite Lodge at the Ranch at Rock Creek Montana, USA
Granite Lodge at the Ranch at Rock Creek was a working ranch complex when LGS was commissioned as part of a team to convert it into a luxury dude ranch. The existing facility was redesigned and expanded. The restaurant and bar design is in a classic style. Wooden ceilings show grandness and the benches in the bar are very unique. People sitting there will feel like sitting on horse backs. The whole space is full of elegance and comfort.
1. Luxurious design of the restaurant 2. Bar design 3. Dishes on the table 62 - 63
Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees Hong Kong, China
Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees Hotel is located at the east side of Kowloon Peninsula near Past Kai Tak Airport Zone. Surrounded by old buildings and residences, it is not a hot spot of Tourism in Hong Kong. With several circumstances, the prerequisite from the client must be a unique design to create a talking point for everyone. The designer brainstormed for days in designing an unprecedented design concept. Highlight 8 degree is known as perfect 3D visualisation in space. Also, a numeral "8" is a fortunate symbol in traditional Chinese society. The intertwining print makes eye illusion but veritable on horizontal level. The sight is caused by various angles between ceiling and front desk. Diagonal walls and pillars at cafĂŠ create the same amusing effects at cuisine time too! All graphic, furniture, and table setting have inspired into a prime design philosophy in the cafĂŠ.
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1. Different colours of the chairs create a fresh atmosphere for the restaurant 2. Grand ceiling with delicate droplights in the restaurant 3. Food display
Hospes Madrid Madrid, Spain
Originally an affluent apartment house with wrought iron balconies, the handsome red brick Hospes Madrid is an icon of Bourbon Restoration period architecture. Gracious sense of hospitality extends throughout the hotel, where a tranquil, opulent ambience is achieved through white marble and gold details offset by dark fine wood. The Senzone restaurant offers a formal dining room with an oak coffered ceiling and stucco work â€“ in contrast to the luminous interior patio where guests can relax on comfortable sofas and listen to whispering water as they drink at the hotel bar. Hospes Madridâ€™s imaginative array of modern additions accentuate an overall sense of permanent privilege and eternal elegance. 1. Neat space of white and silver colours 2. Atmospheric droplights above the dining table 66 - 67
Hotel Benkira誰 Saint-Tropez, France
Hotel Benkira誰 is located right next to the town centre and the most beautiful beaches, just close enough to appreciate the light of the Riviera, the fragances of Provence, the warmth of seasons spent at the poolside and the proximity of the Mediterranean. The restaurant opens onto a long terrace and adapts to suit the time of day: sun light disappears, to make way for candlelit dinners around the swimming pool. The indoor airconditioned bar doubles up as an outdoor bar with exotic, organic parasols. The stainless steel masts dance together supporting Batyline fabric lattice parasols, like a multitude of gigantic toadstools creating shady areas. When night falls, they are lit up, inviting you to relax underneath.
1. Simple design of the bar 2. Delicate droplights help to create a romantic and elegant dining space
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Hotel Condesa df Mexico City, Mexico
This hotel project recycled an apartment building dating from 1928, catalogued by Mexico's National Beaux Arts Institute. The inside of the building was demolished to build an opened patio, which is the central space of the project. 2
The patio and the two levels that were added to the original structure were built with a steel structure and reinforced concrete flagstones. Restaurant and bar services are located at the ground level to make the best use of the pedestrian flow in the street. Crowning the building there is a terrace with a spa and resting areas for the guests. This terrace in the evenings becomes a sushi bar, open for city dwellers.
1. Red colour and luxurious chandeliers in the bar 2. Outdoor dining area 3. Guests could overlook the view around 70 - 71
Hotel Daniel Paris, France
Hotel Daniel is located in a vibrant district of the city where antique shops, art galleries, fashion houses, prestigious restaurants and nightclubs cluster, offering travellers a truly unique and luxurious experience in the very heart of Paris. The Lounge and the Restaurant Daniel are the perfect location for intimate conversation against a colourful and elegant backdrop. The walls are decorated with gilt glass panels portraying exquisite Chinese gardens. The dark wooden tables are inlaid with mother-of-pearl. A silver-backed display case houses a collection of multi-coloured glasses. The upholstered banquette that runs the length of the bar is bathed in a shower of light from an overhead window, bringing a natural glow to the room.
1. Unique decorations in the dining room 2. There are comfortable sofas in the dining room 72 - 73
Hotel Marriott Reforma Mexico D.F., Mexico
1. Blue crystal dishes and cups on the dining table 2. Grand chandeliers shining in the dining hall 3. There is a beautiful view from the dining terrace 74 - 75
For this, the designer "carved" the porte cochere into the building, and cantilivered a terrace over it to make it more dramatic.
A library with a fireplace made with stainless steel and snake skin, and the front desk, completely cocooned by walls and false ceiling made out of leather that is lit with silk lamps in a very elegant way. On the left side of the front desk, there is the 3 meal restaurant, which was conceptualised to feel with different ambiances compartmented to make it feel cosy. On the first floor, there is a specialty restaurant that has a spectacular view to Reforma, and with a terrace that overhangs over the motor lobby. The first and second floor have carpet on the floor and walls are covered with wood panels.
Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Los Angeles, USA
Challenged to recreate and reposition this property the design team took its cues from its location: one of the world's premiere addresses amidst the iconic luxury high rises along the glamorous Wilshire Corridor. Developing an elegant design vocabulary comprised of a high-contrast graphic palette and an array of luxurious finishes, the design team has transformed the former Doubletree into the sophisticated and stylish Hotel Palomar with a distinctly residential feel, reminiscent of its neighbouring high-rise penthouses. The dark colours in the restaurant and bar create an elegant atmosphere for the guests. The delicate dishes, comfortable seating, unique furniture and decorations, together with the atmospheric lights, all provide the guests with fine experiences.
1. Dark colours in the restaurant 2. Romantic mood is everywhere 3. Bar design 76 - 77
Hotel Principe di Savoia Milan, Italy
Hotel Principe di Savoia has undergone an exciting transformation. The lobby and bar were redesigned by acclaimed international architect, Thierry Despont.
His vision is to bring the Principe Bar to life, making it more vibrant and engaging, while retaining some of the original features such as the beautiful marble and wood panelling. The centrepiece of the room is to be a custom-made banquette that will "wrap around" a grand piano, perfect for intimate musical soirees. The redesign of the hotel's famous bar further enhanced its legendary sumptuous style. The bar is a work of art in itself; sculpted tinted crystal with a back-lit mirrored wall to perfectly complement the light playing round the room.
1. Grand light in the centre of the ceiling 2. Bright colours in the bar 3. There are a range of selections for drinks in the bar 78 - 79
Hotel Rho Fiera Milano Milan, Italy
A sober and functional building dating back to the early 1900s has been transformed into a contemporary business hotel as the result of an important operation in industrial archeology. Where cotton was once woven, now new business relationships will be woven. The project brings hospitality to an industrial building, establishing a functional continuity of space. Many of the hotelâ€™s elements echo the buildingâ€™s original purpose, whether in terms of function, as already mentioned, or style, atmosphere and the choice of materials for the structures and furnishings. The dark colours and light colours interactive perfectly in the restaurant and bar. Dark floors and white ceilings contrast with each other, but create a very clear atmosphere for the guests.
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1. Dark floor shining with the lights 2. Simple but fashionable bar stools 3. Grand restaurant 4. White ceiling contrasts with black floor 5. Buffet bar counter
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Hotel Ritter Frankfurt, Germany
1. Warm colours of the floor and ceiling 2. There are many wooden furniture in the bar 3. Brick ceiling in the restaurant 84 - 85
The interior architects JOI-Design were assigned to create a four-star superior design hotel out of the existing one. For the earthly pleasures, it was taken care of extensively. Besides the traditional restaurant for the sophisticated but down-to-earth German dishes, there are several other locations: A new lobby bar, which is linked to the lobby and the restored knight cellar, classic and cosy in its vault, close to the new wine cellar. And as a new highlight in the restaurant scene, the new gourmet restaurant "Wilden Ritter" (wild knight). Little details like a picture of a belling deer in the private dining or the row of little antlers on a wall complete the design. To make everything perfect, a showkitchen with the possibility to dine together on a huge table was created.
Hotel Riva Hvar, Croatia
Built in the medieval style, the hotelâ€™s original construction, including fluted columns and stone walls, is frequently exposed. The hotel is entered from an extensive terrace positioned on the waters edge. The historic fabric is juxtaposed with trendy, colourful furniture and fixtures intended to appeal to a young, or young at heart, clientele. The hotel includes bespoke wallpaper decorated with large-scale drawings of nudes specially created for the project by Jestico + Whiles. In addition to the forty-five rooms and nine suites, Jestico + Whiles has designed a new hotel bar with a backlit, green, etched glass counter and a teak veneered top. A fusion restaurant is located on the other side of reception with further seating on the enlarged terrace.
1. The bar counter shining with green light 2. Guests could enjoy the beautiful view when dining outdoor 86 - 87
Hotel Skt Petri Copenhagen, Denmark
Situated on a beautiful street in Copenhagen's quaint, trendy Latin Quarter, the First Hotel Skt Petri is a fine example of superior minimalist Scandinavian design â€“ with a warm welcoming glow. Downtown Copenhagen, next to the pedestrians' streets and City Hall Square. NĂ¸rreport Metro and S-train Station is only 5 minutes, walk from the hotel connecting you to Copenhagen International Airport in just 12 minutes. It's a renovated 1930s department store named after the famous church nearby. 268 rooms including 27 suites.
One of Denmark's leading visual artists, Per Arnoldi, selected a tricolour scheme for both public and private spaces: bright whites contrasting with his signature cool blues and vivid reds adorning the hotel's interiors down to the smallest accessory.
1. Romantic mood in the restaurant 2. Grand droplights and delicate dishware 3. Comfortable seating and atmospheric pictures on the wall 88 - 89
Hotel & Spa Bad Waltersdorf
The interior design concept is based on a harmonious intertwining between refined, fresh and natural materials, surfaces and textures. It reflects the fertility of the region, its forms, colours and landscapes.
Bad Waltersdorf, Austria
The restaurant reflects the idea of a garden; it has an open layout with different dining areas arranged like a built vertical "planting". Similar to "garden alcoves", dining lounges in the centre create spatial balance and orientation in the spacious restaurant â€“ the fresh green carpet resembles a meadow.
1. Soft light creates a warm space 2. Delicate design and unique column decorations 90 - 91
Hotel St Barth Isle de France St. Barthelemy, France
Located on one of St. Barthelemy's most stunning beaches, Baie des Flamands, the intimate Hotel St Barth Isle De France beautifully combines the charm of the West Indies with the sophisticated style of the south of France. The Restaurant "La Casa de L'Isle" overlooking Flamands bay offers a wide variety of dishes including fusion food, salads and fresh grilled fish. The restaurant has additional seating known as "La Cabane de L'Isle de France", directly on the sand for relaxed lunches.
1. Guests could enjoy the view of the beach when dining 2. Cocktail lounge 3. Wooden tables in the cocktail lounge 92 - 93
Hotel Villa & Resort Luisa San Felice del Benaco, Italy
1. Corresponding ceiling and floor in the restaurant 2. Warm and neat colours in the bar 94 - 95
The hotel is situated on a hill and surrounded by olive and cypress trees, where the guests can enjoy a breathtaking view of the lake. The restyling relates to the duality between the existing territory and the sober modernity, readable both inside and outside the structure. This dualism has resulted in the work through a continuous curved line that links the interior design with the outdoor area, boosted by exchange of materials and finishes, from a particular lighting design and a sophisticated use of ceiling plaster. The neutral colours and natural materials of the tradition in the restaurant and bar are a tribute to the local culture, the "circle" and shades of white were thought to highlight the contemporary style of the structure. The whole design of the restaurant and bar creates a clean and clear atmosphere for the guests.
Hotel Watt 13 Milan, Italy
In the building which recalls the long art history of Milan, the designers decided to use light as the key element, after a thorough consideration about the architectural characteristics and available technologies. The careful choices of furniture and furnishings enhanced the simple and clear hotel interior. As the key element, the lamps display their uniqueness and simplicity. Sometimes they are hid in the construction of the building, and the diffusion of light helps create the desired ambience. The lamps in the restaurant are of such simple elegant style. The floral patterns on the transparent wall create a very clear and fresh atmosphere. The warm colour of the floor in the bar reflects with the lights. The white bar counter and ceiling interact with the floor, creating a warm and clean space.
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1. Floral patterns on the glass separation interact with the droplights 2. The floor of warm colour shining with the light in the bar 3. The general design of the bar shows neatness and simplicity 4. There are different seating areas in restaurant and bar 5. Unique furniture in the space
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InterContinental Hotel Abu Dhabi, UAE
This Hotel will be one of the premier hotels in the emirate. The Tea Room, directly adjacent to the Main Lobby offers comfortable, plush, seating groupings for guests. The sofas and lounge chairs are covered in a collection of textured chenilles and leathers. The exterior glass walls are covered by light sheer fabric, which soften the light as it fills the space. The hotelâ€™s Three Meal Restaurant is adjacent to the active pool deck with outstanding views of the Gulf. The blue sky and sea surrounding three sides of the glass walled restaurant are screened by a dark wood Arabic screen with soft flowing sheers beneath. A soft, neutral colour palette rich in texture, creates a pleasing backdrop for the many food displays and open kitchen.
1. Leather chairs in the restaurant provide comfortable seating for the guests 2. Atmospheric paintings and droplights
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JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Beijing, China
Located in the central district, the contemporary hotel anchors China's central place. Near the Olympic stadium and the Forbidden City, the hotel conveys subtle sophistication and includes one of the largest ballrooms in the city. The hotel also offers an eclectic group of restaurants. Rotating wine displays, a seafood bar and exposed meat aging room offer more opportunities for the interior design to enhance the dining experience. The open kitchen adds warmth to the interiors to contrast with the cooler and more minimalist lobby space adjacent to the restaurant. An undulating slat wall added to create more privacy as well as to minimise exposure to the daylight glare has enhanced the ambience of the space. The attached Long Bar, with a dramatically lit dragon shaped chandelier above the bar, is a WHAT spot for dinners to enjoy before and after dinner drinks.
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1. Carpet and warm light in the dining area create a great dining experience 2. Dragon shaped chandelier above the bar 3. Delicate dishware on the dining table shining with the chandelier 4. Asian bistro
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Kempinski Pragelato Village & SPA Piedmont Torino, Italy
The Resort is the only Five Star resort of its kind in the Italian Alps with its own Spa. The fine dining restaurant "Pan Beni" uses a very simple pallet of finishes producing a sophisticated yet tranquil dining experience. The Ski Bar is on two floors. Here the feel is more traditional yet still exciting, with wood panelling featuring strongly in the interior finishes. "La Tuccia" Main Restaurant and its annex the "Winter Garden" offer over 185 seats and form the main dining experience at the Hotel. A custom designed show kitchen by THDP is the central experience of the restaurant. The annex, the "Winter Garden" takes English and French conservatory themes to offer a bright, outdoor feel to the restaurant.
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1. There are wooden tables in the restaurant 2. There are also wooden structures in the bar 3. Restaurant with modern style 4. Light split in the dining area from the windows 5. Dining room full of wooden structures 4
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Kruisheren Hotel Maastricht, the Netherlands
Located in the picturesque Kommelplein Square in central Maastricht, the Kruisheren Hotel is a remarkable conversion of a Gothic church and monastery, a tour de force synthesising the original 15th century architecture and dresseddown modernism. An outstanding feature is the newly installed mezzanine where guests are served breakfast while taking in views of Maastricht through the chancel windows. Split-level Kruisheren Restaurant located in the old monastery offers panoramic views of the church and the city of Maastricht, serving buffet breakfast and light lunches with a selection of wines from the Wine Bar. The Wine Bar, in the choir of the church, hosts 1800 wines and champagnes, serving a daily selection of fresh dishes.
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1. High ceiling in the dining space 2. The windows in the restaurant are of "high" feature 3. Red colour adds brightness to the space 4. The wine shelf and colourful table
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Ksar Char-Bagh Marrakech, Morocco
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Ksar Char-Bagh is a palace designed in a concept of harmony, a travel through architecture inspired by the Moorish architecture of the 12th to 14th centuries revisited by a contemporary vision of space, volumes and colours, [ancestral tradition enlighten by modernism]. The exterior aspect as a fortress, and the sophisticated details inside; behind each enormous door, an architectural piece of work: Walls are made of marble powder with pigments and clay, painted plasters with quite white and earthy colours, the floors of stones, and desks with a touch of marble. The bar counter is of black colour shining with the lights. Stone floors in the bar and restaurant provide the guests with a comfortable feeling. Trees outside the window of the restaurant create a fresh environment for guests when enjoying delicate dishes.
1. The lights above the bar counter are very special 2. There is a great view in the bar and restaurant 3. From the dining area guests could see the courtyard
KUUM Hotel Spa & Residences Bodrum, Turkey
The architecture for KUUM was inspired by the regional beauty, resources and historical legacy of southwestern Turkey and the Aegean Sea. Specifically, the Kuum Property is located in Bodrum, an international destination renowned for its wonderful climate, turquoise waters and cosmopolitan atmosphere. The restaurant is situated in the part of the hotel that faces the beach. To highlight the feature of a resort, and make full use of the surrounding beach scenery, the designers particularly created the open-air dining area. The giant windows connect the interior and the exterior. In the exterior, you could enjoy the soft breezes while in the interior, spectacular views of the sea are available. The building and the decoration in it are all simple and plain, in order to impress guests with the beautiful natural scenery of the beach.
1. The outdoor dining area 2. Outdoor dining interacts with indoor dining 3. Guests could enjoy the night view when dining outside 116 - 117
Lánchíd 19 Budapest, Hungary Named after Budapest's famed "Chain Bridge" spanning the Danube and situated near both it and the Buda Royal Castle, the Lánchíd 19 has become a contemporary architectural landmark that attracts a new kind of cosmopolitan crowd. Lánchíd 19 is only ten kilometres from airport and 10-minute walking distance to the city centre. The Lánchíd 19 is a beacon of innovation while still paying homage to its historical settings – a perfect point of departure for discovering Budapest’s wonders. A remarkable moving glass façade glows with subtly changing light effects. The design of the restaurant features a natural air. Outside the giant French window is the scenery of the courtyard, reflected in the interior by the potted plant. The tables and the chairs are all designed to be delicate and 1. Outside the giant French window is the scenery artistic, making the restaurant simple and clever of the courtyard and offering guests a relaxing and comfortable 2. Historical settings 3. The lighting design of the restaurant contributes dinning environment. The lighting design of the restaurant contributes to the overall style. to the overall style 118 - 119
Le Meridien Parkhotel Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Le Meridien Parkhotel Frankfurt has enchanted guests since the early 20 th century, providing consistently modern services while retaining its luxurious allure. The hotel is situated within easy reach from the trade fair and exhibition grounds, train station, shopping area and the Main River. The restaurant "le parc" with its winter garden has been changed into a modern restaurant. Elegant colours like mauve and beige are interchanging with dark wooden parquet and brown carpet. The big surfaces like wall and ceiling are kept in crĂ¨me to the point of light brown tones and stand in contrast to the elegant wooden fixtures in "oak". The highlights are the illuminated boxes, which are inserted into the walls, where custom-made decoration items are placed.
1. Long table with comfortable chairs and delicate dishware 2. Decoration detail 3. Wooden floor in the dining space 120 - 121
Liberty Hotel Cambridge, USA
Located in Boston's Beacon Hill, The Charles Street Jail was built in 1851. Over the course of the last 155 years, the Jail has housed and held a range of infamous Boston criminals. The current structure remains largely as it was originally built: a cruciform-shaped building with a grand stone edifice. Despite the overall modernisation, some remnants of the jail have been maintained to safeguard the authenticity, as well as the intrigue, of the space. Several of the gracious windows remain barred, and the hotel bar, for example, features preserved jail cells. The grand droplights in the restaurant create a magnificent atmosphere for the guests. Comfortable sofas in the bar provide busy people with a relaxing place.
1. The restaurant is of grand design 2. Comfortable seating in the bar 3. Entrance to the bar 122 - 123
Liquid Bar and 24 Central Café Atlantic City, USA
1. Comfortable seating of the dining space 2. Grand droplights 3. Grand corridor 4. Floor shining with the lights 124 - 125
The concept was to create a multipurpose entertainment and dining experience. The bar serves quick-to-go pastries and coffee in the morning and salads and sandwiches throughout the day. The back wall of windows and doors opens to the famous boardwalk that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean while the front is open to the hotel and the café. The colour palette of the Bar furniture is deep reds, oranges and browns while the fabrics are mostly solids with interesting textures of terrycloth and velvet. The upscale Café serves a sophisticated menu of Asian, Italian, Americana, and vegetarian fares. Half of the dining room is open to the lounge for an exciting dining and dancing experience, while the other half is intimate and quiet for a romantic evening. The Café softens to a palette of pastels of yellows, oranges, reds, and browns in interesting patterns.
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Logosun International Hotel Wuhan, China
The Logosun International Hotel is a business hotel of unique modern style, showing simple modern features. The hotel has been restored, located in the area of Wuchang University at the central city Wuhan. Furnishing, lighting, layout, colour palette and use of new materials and technologies â€“ all combine together to create a hotel of elegant and fashionable design. This hotel is of unique oriental charming and cultural taste. It is also the only environmental hotel in Asia. The hotel provides the guests with rich dining experiences. There is Chinese restaurant, western restaurant, Chinese restaurant private dining and western restaurant private dining, respectively distributed on the first two floors. The design of the restaurants are novel and delicate. Grand droplights and ceilings combining with rich colours, provide the guest with great visual comfort.
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1. The western restaurant 2. Corridor of the western restaurant 3. The Chinese restaurant 4. Grand ceiling and lights in the western restaurant 5. Lights shining in the corridor
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Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hong Kong, China
The hotel's strategic location on the fragrant harbour lends itself as a central point for business and pleasure. The Captain bar is just off the lobby, the predominance of the red walls will also remain. Instead the designers have altered the navy accents, and brought in the sophisticated taupe colours into the carpet and leather upholsteries, along with some new updated tables. The same goes upstairs in the Chinnery bar, where all is intact. Up on the 25th level, the former home to Vongs Restaurant will be reborn as Pierre, with stunning views of Hong Kong Harbour. Mirror and glass and reflective surfaces will make the room sparkle. Man Wah, the namesake Chinese Restaurant will also undergo rejuvenation. The designers are retaining the beautiful timber ceilings that were done in the years since its opening, and using Cambodian Indigo paper to cover the walls.
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Marriott Marquis Atlanta, USA
Phase 1 of the renovation of this Atlanta landmark hotel included the opening of four new food and beverage facilities. The "Pulse" lobby bar is the focal point and brings new life into the hub of the hotel. The 15.24-metre structure is clad in resin panels that are backlit and change colour throughout the day to reflect the "pulse" of the property. "Sear", the signature restaurant of the hotel features a skylight, sloped feature wall, layered drapery, metal accents and raised platform in the rear of the restaurant to separate spaces. "High Velocity" redefines the typical sports bar with sleek lines and contemporary portrayal of the fast-moving world of sports. Horizontal lines depicted in the Zebra wood veneer and mirrored ceilings around the bar reflect a fastpaced atmosphere and the speed of success.
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1. There are different seating areas in one space 2. The pulse bar 3. Bird's view of the pulse lobby bar 4. There is a grand wine shelf in the bar 5. Excellent restaurant design
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Metropole Luxury Boutique Hotel
The hotel is situated in the heart of the "Mother City", 20 minutes, drive from Cape Town International Airport. Close to all major transport links & within easy walking distance of world-class shops and markets.
Cape Town, South Africa
Veranda Restaurant is the perfect setting to enjoy an outstanding eclectic dinner menu. The ultimate gathering place with stunning style and utterly delectable cuisine. M-Bar & Lounge, shake & stir at one of the hottest nightspots in town. An intimate bar and lounge is home to the hip and young at heart. Open till late. M CafĂŠ opens for breakfast, lunch and casual dining, every day of the week. The buffet lunch is widely favoured amongst the local folk.
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1. The bright droplight shells add richness of the space 2. Mirrors on the wall add brightness 3. Tables next to the windows 4. White chairs emphasise neatness 5. There are many exotic decorations on the red wall 6. The bar provides a range of drinks 140 - 141
Mosaic Hotel Delhi, India
The Mosaic has two F&B outlets primarily. The first is the lounge bar christened FLUID due to its design. Floor wall and ceiling and furniture merge in undulating ripples across two levels creating a completely fluid cocoon like the space within. Colour changing lights used throughout the interior of this bar allow for complete transformation. Interestingly each of the two levels is intentionally not synchronised allowing for different colours to imbibe both spaces with a different ambience simultaneously. The other F & B outlet is LATITUDE, a multicuisine restaurant situated on the first floor. Long continuous wraps of stacked plywood float within this restaurant forming alcoves of varying scales juxtaposed against each other to create varying compositions of form as one moves through the restaurant and creating individual identities for the space within.
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1. Unique effect of the lights creates a romantic space 2. Comfortable circle sofas 3. Attractive interior mood seen from outside 4. Different light colours create different moods 5. Stairs to a intimate space
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Murmuri Hotel Barcelona Barcelona, Spain
Murmuri Hotel intends to become a peaceful oasis, a quiet nook in the midst of the constant hustle and bustle of a vibrant, active and cosmopolitan city like Barcelona. Restaurant Murmuri is a spacious and luminous space where it is worth noticing the theatrical velvet sofa that the same interior designer has created. With a selection of original and delicious dishes the restaurant is nowadays the best Asiatic gastronomic establishment in town. The bar, Marfil by Murmuri, brings back a 1920â€™s classic that will be open all day and till 2 oâ€™clock in the morning every day with a refreshing and light range of choices to be enjoyed both inside and on the privileged terrace.
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1. The grand droplights above tables show luxurious quality 2. Guests could enjoy a drink in the Bar Marfil 3. There are abstract paintings on the wall of the bar 4. Unique decorations in the bar 5. Details in the restaurant
Museum Hotel Quebec, Canada
This project is a unique alliance between 4-star accommodations and a museum experience that takes visitors on an exceptional voyage through the traditions and contemporary culture of the First Nations and Inuit. Located in an enchanting setting on the Akiawenrahk River, the hotel/museum complex evokes the architecture of the longhouse, traditional dwelling of the Iroquois people. The evocative location adds a special cachet to business meetings and receptions, along with the authentic flavours of gourmet cuisine inspired by the First Nations, a 125-seat restaurant with a private dining room and 5 meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 140 people. Unique decorations hung above the ceiling, wooden stuctures in the restaurant, and special patterns on the floor, all provide the guests with a novel experience.
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Nanjing Central Hotel Nanjing, China
1. Different lights on the ceiling shining together 2. The carpet corresponds with the table sheets in colours 3. Long dining table 152 - 153
The Nanjing Central Hotel is located in XinJieKou â€“ the bustling centre for business and commerce in the city, with convenient transportation and a lively market. In order for all the guests to enjoy the new view of the atrium, the front desk was moved from the first floor to the fourth floor and the buffet to the third floor, so that the best views are left for the guests. This organic restructuring of hotel functions allows practicality to marry with quality of service. The mastery of a unique style of architecture is paramount in allowing the building to stand out from other quality hotels in the surroundings. Instead of the simplistic, introverted mainstream style, the designer combined culture, aesthetics, market, and operation. Backed by a European style and adorned with modern techniques, the hotel creates a new charisma for the school without losing its grace and classical charm.
Net Hotel Padua, Italy
The Hotel located in the tower from Level -2 to Level 9 represents a "business focused" hotel (based on the commercial market and business), in the category of "four stars plus", being an important landmark in the hospitality field not only for Padua city. The restaurant is a world of glass. The glass curtain wall and the glass tableware are all translucent, repetitively reflecting lights to create a gorgeous and romantic space. Various kinds of beverages are available.
1. Delicate dishware adds more elegant atmosphere to the space 2. Wooden tables with simple seating 3. Droplights with a special style 154 - 155
Nordic Light Hotel Stockholm, Sweden
By night, subtle glowing colours emanate from the windows of an understated faĂ§ade hinting at what is to come inside. Passing through the doors, one is welcomed into a world created by hundreds of different sources of light, varying in colour and intensity. Light Restaurant & Bar, serving modern, progressive Californian meals, is matched by superb American wines, complimentary breakfast buffet, and 24 hour room service. The aim of the Nordic Light has been to build an arena for the senses â€“ music and light to caress ears and eyes, food and drinks to seduce your taste buds, aesthetics and service that appeal to your soul.
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Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande Venice, Italy
The hotel is located next to the Canal Grande, not far from Rialto Bridge and near the well known Palazzo PisaniMoretta, and just a few minutes, walk from Piazzale Roma and the railway station. An exclusive haven of comfort recast, a blend of past and present spiced with just a hint of the future, and a touch of the mystery that is Venice: the Hotel Palazzo Barbarigo sul Canal Grande is an ArtDeco wonderland that amalgamates both the emotion and playfulness of the Venetian style. The Art Deco soars in the beautiful hotel glass bar back â€“ painted black, a space recalling this unique cityâ€™s Golden Twenties. The colour in the dining area is also black, which, together with the bar, creates a deep and elegant atmosphere.
1. The restaurant is of dark colour 2. The colour palette in the bar corresponds with dining area 3. Ceiling in the bar shows grandness 4. Overview of the bar counter 5. Comfortable bar stools 2
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Park Hyatt Maรงka Palas Istanbul, Turkey
The Park Hyatt Maรงka Palace marries historic and exotic elements to modern and luxurious elements, creating a technological oasis without compromising the iconic historic building and character of Istanbul, Turkey. Charged with creating a state-of-the-art hotel in a historic building that formerly served as housing for the Italian Consulate, the firm designed a modern glass and steel building called Petit Palace to serve as the entrance and house all of the public spaces. This created a tangible homage to culture Istanbul by combining the past and present. Unique droplights above the bar counter add elegance and depth to the space. Dark colours are very atmospheric. 1. There is a grand wine shelf in the bar 2. The bar is of dark colours 3. The restaurant is full of steel quality 162 - 163
Porta Fira Towers Barcelona, Spain
The project consists of two differentiated towers that engage in a subtle dialogue. The inner skin is a sealed envelope based on a light curtain-wall solution with aluminium and glass panels designed to fully meet all acoustic, thermal and sealing requirements. The hotel programme was with a gross floor area of 34,688 square metres. This area contains 320 rooms and two technical floors. The remaining space is distributed into a hall, a large banquet area, a restaurant, and conference and services areas. The ball-shape droplights and star-like lights in the restaurant interact with the floors that are shining like glass. Delicate dishware and glasspanel walls provide a very bright atmosphere for the guests.
1. Dark floor in the dining room shining with the lights 2. Ball-shape droplights in the restaurant add elegance 164 - 165
Radisson BLU Hotel Dakar Dakar, Senegal
The new Radisson BLU Hotel is a contemporary expression of Senegalese Style.The angled diagram of the building was developed to take full advantage of the ocean views towards the West. The dramatic entrance and quadruple volume foyer space with spiral staircase is the primary node connecting the rooms to the pool and restaurant levels below and the conferencing facilities. The Filini fine dining restaurant overlooks the pool and the Main entertainment terrace, and opens up to a terrace providing a vantage point to appreciate Dakar sunsets. The interiors act as a fusion between the minimal contemporary architecture and the strongly emphasised contemporary African aesthetic. Natural materials such as stone, rock, wood and sandstone are contrasted with strong African forms, motifs, embellishments and striking earth coloured tones. The cornerstone of the design is the ultra chic Senegalese woven fabrics.
1. There are different seating in the bar area 2. The central light in the restaurant adds a modern feel to the space 3. Individual bar chairs 166 - 167
Radisson BLU Hotel Hamburg
JOI-Design designed the interiors of a newbuild Radisson BLU at Hamburg Airport. The starting point for the interior design was the construction of the round architectural envelope.
Lighting is key in the public areas of the Radisson Blu. The overall colour scheme is quiet, in tones of browns, greys and beiges with occasional highlights such as the cream leather seating in the restaurant. Large cubes of ceiling lights project changing mood lighting over the restaurant, for example; custom designed freestanding lamps circle the bar like futuristic beacons defining the territory within and a mesh of intertwined and vividly lit threads creates an optical illusion, separating what is in reality an open buffet bar from the restaurant and lobby.
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Renaissance Boston Waterfront Boston, USA
T h e R e n a i s s a n c e Wa t e r f r o n t s e r v e s a s a sumptuous sanctuary for guests seeking to discover this exhilarating new public space. At the same time, this contemporary, dynamic hotel reflects all that is special about the waterfront, offering up a stunning and singular sense of place. The round droplights hanging on the ceiling of the restaurant interact with the lights outside the window at night. Delicate dishware, corresponding carpet, tables and chairs, all create a nice dining space. Simple but delicate decorations in the bar also provide the guests with a relaxing place.
1. Classic design of the restaurant 2. The wine display shelf in the bar 170 - 171
Renaissance Las Vegas Las Vegas, USA
The interior design of the hotel reflects the desire to create a unique hotel for Las Vegas, one that takes the best of Old Las Vegas – the sophisticated private clubs of the Rat Pack – and combines it with an environment designed to meet the needs of travellers, both business & personal. The overall design is a timeless and subtle style as reflected in the choice of clean and simple furnishings and materials. The architectural detailing has its roots in mid-century modern design. Dry stacked stone and clean millwork take their cue from the Era, yet the design is clearly not imitating a 1950’s style.
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1. Red colour palette corresponds with warm light 2. Rich colours are everywhere 3. Atmospheric furniture in the bar 4. Long table with a grand droplight in the dining room
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Roomers Hotel Frankfurt am Main, Germany
From the outside of the building you can see the classic architectural lines that burrow a highlight: the innovative glass roof of the spectacular Conference & Spa facilities. The 117 rooms & suites, restaurant, bar and patio are dominated by the unique style of Minimalism and sensuality that are combined in perfect harmony at Roomers. The Roomers restaurant is everything but a typical ordinary hotel restaurant. Niches for two promise secluded moments, group tables are ideal for celebrating in style with friends. There are 130 seats, some of which are open-air. Along with that comes smooth music from a DJ.
1. Various lights in the bar create a mysterious space 2. The bar counter 3. Grand chandeliers above the dining table 4. Delicate dining seating 176 - 177
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Seaside Hotel Palm Beach Gran Canaria, Spain
Alberto Pinto's redesign of the classic 1970s Palm Beach carries the original's design focus into a new era. Rather than a typical update that simply superimposes a new identity onto an old structure, Pinto clarified original design elements to bring them to the fore, resulting in a strong late-modernist statement. The hotel has "Seaside Barbecue", main restaurant A la carte restaurants "La Trattoria" serving Italian food, and "Orangerie" (seasonal opening) Snack Bar. The semi-circle chairs in the bar are of bright colours. All these restaurant and bars provide fabulous dining and relaxing experiences for the guests.
1. Colourful furniture in the restaurant and bar 2. Bird's-eye view of the outdoor dining area 3. The bar counter with colourful bar stools 4. Outdoor dining area with an open kitchen 5. Warm colours in the indoor dining space 180 - 181
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Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo Tokyo, Japan
1. Luxurious design of the restaurant 2. Guests could enjoy a beautiful view outside from seating next to the window 3. There are many flowers on the dining tables 184 - 185
The Shangri-La Tokyo design consists of the rich and luxurious DNA of Shangri-La Hotel brand emotion to which contemporary details have been added to create the unique Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo hotel experience. There is a mix of seating, from dining to cocktail to lounge to bar seating which creates a wide selection for the guest's use. Rich materials at the bar of onyx and gold leaf along with a signature custom designed chandelier consisting of Czechoslovakian crystal finishes off this amazing area. Grand droplights, stylish ceiling, together with colourful flowers on the tables in the reataurant, create a luxury dining space for the guests.
Shangri-la’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Tainan, China
This hotel is located in the small city of Tainan, which is full of culture atmosphere. The coffee room is full of relaxing atmosphere. The designers create a perfect balance between the relaxing dining mood and the grandness of the hotel building. They adopt the concept of "food arena" to draw attention of the guests. There are also custom-designed screens with Japanese fast food motif, which creates a dynamic interaction between different areas. The Chinese restaurant is decorated with polished wood and raw silk fabrics, showing low-key luxury. It also makes full use of the advantage of the location – at the top of the highest building in Tainan – overlooking the whole view of the city. The designers adopt the concept of private VIP dining room, enveloping many large tables with thick bronze bead curtains, where the guests could enjoy the view and intimacy.
1. The Chinese restaurant 2. The café area 3. Guests could enjoy a view outside when dining 4. There are bead curtains in the Chinese restaurant 5. There are different seating areas in the café 186 - 187
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Sheraton La Caleta Resort & Spa Tenerife, Spain
Located in the southern part of the island, there are only five minutes from Costa Adeje Golf, one of the seven golf courses on the island. Nearby El Duque Beach is the perfect place for an exclusive rest. There are four restaurants in the Sheraton La Caleta Resort & Spa: La Venta with delicious Spanish cuisine; Kamakura Japanese Restaurant w i t h s u s h i a n d Te p p a n y a k i ; E l P a r a d o r Restaurant featuring buffet and รก la carte service; Vivace Pool Restaurant for light fare and sea views. Or the guests could sit back and relax with a cocktail at La Glorieta Lobby Bar or the Coral Pool Bar.
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4. Kamakura Restaurant Sushi Bar 5. Parador Restaurant Buffet Area 6. Glorieta Bar 7. Multifunctional Room 192 - 193
Sheraton Universal Hollywood, USA
1. The bar counter splits green light 2. There is a great view from the luxurious restaurant 3. Long dining table 194 - 195
The design intent was to create a classic Hollywood style with a modern regency twist, and add glamour back to the lobby. Relocating the bar and giving it an elliptical shape encouraged a more inviting feel. The colours are crisp and clear; black, silver and white with accents of banana yellow and string bean green throughout the lobby and restaurant. Black and white Italian glass chandeliers and slick chrome fixtures are combined strikingly. Blue backlit panels at the bar create a soothing glow while colour changing LEDs above add a dash of excitement. The designers employed upscale materials like white lacquer, white tile, black marble, mahogany, silk and velvet fabrics, Murano glass and chrome throughout the spaces.
Sofitel Lyon Bellecour Lyon, France
1. Unique ceiling design in the dining room 2. The ceiling is like a real sky full of red cloud 3. There are exotic paintings on the wall 4. Crystal shaped bar counter 196 - 197
This recent renovation has succeeded in bringing to the fore the prestigious character of a hotel that is a landmark in Lyon. The design of the common areas of the hotel – the lobby, the Le Melhor bar, the Silk brasserie, the Les Trois Dômes gourmet restaurant, the gym, the SPA and the adjoining garden with its bar – is the result of an extremely detailed contextual analysis by the designer. The sustainable and convivial sensory aspects of Norguet’s new interiors also feature harmonious contrasts in the décor, such as the coffee and silvery colours in the Trois Dôme restaurant and the red and black in the Le Melhor bar, the whole theme punctuated by understated yet original furnishings with attitude.
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The Address Hotel Dubai, UAE
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Atkins was responsible for the architectural and engineering design of this five star hotel and serviced apartment building located in the prestigious Business Bay area. Facilities provided in the building also include: Commissionary kitchen and extensive back of house facilities, Central laundry, all day dining restaurant, 1,100-square-metre swimming pool with pool bar, Ballroom and support facilities, and Club lounge. The decorations in the restaurant and bar are grand and luxurious. The bead curtains on the ceiling of restaurant are shining with the lights. There are also unique circular helix decorations in the bar, where droplights are like stars shining, providing comfortable lights for guests.
The Chedi Milan
The Chedi Milan, GHM's inaugural European hotel, does just that in 250 tastefully chic rooms. It is natural, then, combines alluring Eastern dĂŠcor with touches of exquisite modernism, all supported by a gleaming Neoclassical pedigree.
The Restaurant is located on the ground floor overlooking the peaceful private gardens. The Restaurant serves world-class Asian and Italian cuisines, offering a chic dining experience for up to 160 guests with an open-view kitchen and elegant Asian dĂŠcor. Private dining room is located adjacent to the Chedi Club Lounge. The wine area, with floor-to-ceiling wine racks, offers the finest Italian and the best selection of international wines. They are the perfect accompaniment to The Chedi dining experience.
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1. Warm light reflects on the tables 2. Leather bar stools show luxurious features 3. Lights shining on the bar counter 4. Dark colours show elegance 5. There are creative decorations in the dining space 6. Atmospheric droplight above the table 204 - 205
The Dominican Hotel Brussels, Belgium
The Dominican is a new hotel that offers a strong sense of history mixed with forwardthinking, eclectic design in the European Union's capital city. The Grand Lounge is located in the heart of the building adjacent to the inner courtyard. Guests in the Grand Lounge are offered lunch and dinner in an intimate setting. The Grand Lounge exudes design and the harmony of high ceilings, capacious windows, natural lighting, metal work, and an innovative menu transforms it into both a lounge and a bar. The Lounge Bar is a combination of a traditional cafĂŠ with a lounge atmosphere. The grandiose windows and soaring ceilings offer a surprisingly intimate setting.
1. The bar counter shining within 2. There are creative decorations in the space 3. Rich colours in the dining and relaxing space 4. Bright colours add warmth to the space 206 - 207
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The Europe Resort Killarney Killarney, Ireland
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Completed in July, the resort hotel and spa exudes contemporary, natural luxury as it overlooks Killarney's majestic Loch Lein. The Crystal Bar is clearly the hotel's "jewel", featuring warm, elegant oak-plank flooring, engraved mirror tiles on the walls, and columns that reflect lights from the shimmering crystal chandeliers hung above the bar. The space simply glitters, spiked with eye-catching colour pairings of greys and vivid orange to create a fun and lively atmosphere. Contrasting to the glamour of the bar, the Brasserie has an airy and calm demeanor. Antiqued mirrors grace the panelled walls above putty-coloured, deep button-tufted banquettes. Relaxed guests can enjoy a leisurely conversation while chefs "entertain" at open kitchen cook stations or mingle with other patrons at Cararra marble buffet counters.
The Fairmont San Francisco, USA
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The Fairmont San Francisco united a five-star design team led by Champalimaud to revitalise the iconic Penthouse as the worldâ€™s ultimate suite. Champalimaud created a luxurious marriage of East meets West in The Penthouse, utilising the Moorish influence of the billiard room and terrace as its inspiration and adding dramatic design elements such as a hand-painted silver and black Chinoiserie wall covering to the palatial dining room. Modern sophistication and a transitional mix of styles will be combined with storied old-world glamour to create a suite of timeless elegance.
The Gray Milan, Italy The Gray is ideally located right in the heart of Milan, a city that never sleeps. From its privileged position in Via San Raffaele, it is just round the corner from the Duomo and La Scala or even a short walk to the Galleria (Vittorio Emanuele). Designed with Milan's most exclusive fashionista set in mind, the simply named Gray treads a careful line between elegance and opulence. Unashamedly elitist and purely residential, only the most established names are granted access to The Gray's private club-like atmosphere, housed in what were once residential buildings. Here the murmur of barely spoken conversations is interspersed with the musical clink of glasses from the bar, in a scene cloaked in style and the scent of eminence. The tables, chairs and other furnishings in the interior got a modern air with their simple and fluid lines. The lighting enhanced the ambience of the space. The peculiar detail designs revealed the distinction of the bar. 214 - 215
1. The colours of the space show elegance 2. Unique arrangement of the forks and scoops
The Larimar Hotel Stegersbach, Austria
This hotel is named after the Caribbean precious stone Larimar, whose colour alternates between light blue and turquoise. This stone is reputed to provide a positive effect for physical and emotional healing processes. The basic idea behind the design was the development of an oval as the main structure which should provide a maximum of warmth and security in both the internal and external area. The four elements of air, water, fire and earth are reflected in the entire design of the interior. The restaurant areas draw their inspiration from the four elements. Round droplights in the restaurant provide warm lights for the diners. Wooden floors in the bar and restaurant are very atmospheric. Light shining from inside of the bar counter interacts with the other lights in the space.
1. There is a great view in the outside dining 2. Delicate and neat design of the indoor dining 3. Warm light in the bar 4. Different shapes of the lights create a warm space 5. Guests could overlook the great view outside 6. Indoor dining room with light colour palette 216 - 217
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The Levante Parliament Vienna, Austria
The Levante Parliament is located around an elegant 400-square-metre courtyard. Here, separated from the bustling city, guests find a relaxing lounge ambience; an oasis of tranquillity detached from summer heat and winterâ€™s frost. Like the rest of the property, the courtyard reflects a concept based on the four natural elements. The seventy-five-seat restaurant, the bar and the Mediterranean garden are designed by the international glass designer and serve international cuisines. The glass designer Ioan Nemtoi was the inspiration for The Levanteâ€™ s Restaurant. He designed the four fire frames and the unique glass bar. They are the eyecatcher and the optical centre of the restaurant.
1. Red is the major colour in the restaurant 2. Outdoor dining space 3. Bar area 220 - 221
The Mercure Eastgate Hotel Oxford, UK
The project encompassed a new restaurant with private dining, bar, lobby, lounge and toilet areas. The brief was to enhance the customer journey and seek to increase the dwelling time of hotel guests, as well as looking to attract more discerning local guests to use the restaurant and bar facilities more frequently. The kitchen was to stay in its existing location and the new public spaces had to work around this. There was also the opportunity to upgrade the space in accordance with DDA regulations, including the installation of a new disabled lift. Blacksheep's key decision was to switch the spaces around so that the restaurant was located at the front of the hotel, linking in to the new bar, lounge and reception area.
1. The private dining room 2. The bar 3. The restaurant 4. Black seating contrasts with white seating 222 - 223
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The New Majestic Hotel Singapore City, Singapore
The "New Asia" style of hospitality finds one of its most rarefied expressions in the New Majestic, located in the heart of Singapore's Chinatown. The Majestic Restaurant is a sleek reinterpretation of one of Singaporeâ€™s favourite Chinese dining rooms and serves modern Cantonese cuisine.The decoration and furnishings are all of Chinese style. The Majestic will serve all dishes on its extensive collection of chic handmade and customised chinaware. This modern Chinese restaurant also has a 2000 bottle wine cellar boasting some of Singapore's best wines.
1. Private dining room 2. The floor shining with the lights on the ceiling 3. Green wall and sofas in the private dining room 4. Unique decorations on the wall 5. Delicate dishware with plants on the table 226 - 227
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The Park Hotel Navi Mumbai, India
The building had been abandoned for twenty years never having been completed. Project Orange were asked to come up with an architectural and interior strategy to complete the building, create a series of gardens and design a poolside area. The designers designed two free-form pods on the ground floor containing the bar, the snug and back office. The orange plastered bar breaks out to address the terrace, while the reception/snug is clad in handmade plaster jail work addressing the lobby and coffee shop. In the restaurant, some nostalgia design elements are adopted to create a natural and comfortable atmosphere, while in the bar, a romantic ambience is achieved through the use of lighting and decoration.
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1. Dining room with green chairs and brown separations 2. The space is full of green 3. The colours in the bar contrast with the dining rooms 4. Food display
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The Pure Frankfurt, Germany
A 19th-century loft in the heart of Frankfurt was completely renovated to create The Pure â€“ a hotel which both captures and expresses the openminded, cosmopolitan spirit of the city. The choice of exclusively light coloured materials such as white leather, Thassos marble, white lacquer and light grey floors allow the building and its structures to recede into the background and directs the focus to the energy and activity within the space. Lighting and music are skillfully implemented to enhance the experience. Mornings are filled with soft illumination and tunes to create an ambience of calm vitality. At night The Pure transforms into an oasis full of energy, underscored by vibrant orange coloured visual effects.
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1. Pure tables and sofas in the pure restaurant 2. Pure bar 3. Some colourful light in the pure space 4. White colour shows great neatness 5. Exotic decorations in the pure restaurant
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The Three Storks Hotel Prague, Czech Republic
The five-star hotel is situated in the historical heart of Prague right below Prague Castle. During the reconstruction all the historical fabrics such as the plastering, painted ceilings, floors, valuable baroque roof construction were preserved and restored to their original condition. The hotel is furnished with fitted modern furniture and the seating by Moroso and B&B Italia. Well-known restaurant, Waldstejnska Hospoda, was also open to the public with a new modern look. The natural and comfortable style continues to the restaurant. The arch ceiling and the white sheer here are repetitively used. The furniture is regular yet has its own feature. For the colour palette, dull red is the focal point among neutral colours.
1. Red chairs with adds some colours to the space 2. Bird view of the dining tables 3. White curtains in the dining room 238 - 239
T Hotel Cagliari, Italy
The T Hotel rises out of Cagliari's future cultural centre: the Parco della Musica, a verdant area with fountains and gardens, in which the hotel and the Teatro Lirico hold central stage, and will also contain an open amphitheater, a contemporary art space and a theatrical stage design laboratory. The project was developed around three natural elements, water, stone and light, which are interpreted so as to convey an "archaic sense" of well-being. In particular the use of the stone on floors and walls produces a light relief design which vibrates with the light. In particular, the interiors have been inspired by the neighbouring Teatro Lirico and are reminiscent of theatrical and musical themes, through their lighting effects and the use of colour, materials and finishes. The interiors of the rooms feature particular usage of hues of blue, green, red and orange.
1. Grand ceiling with star-like lights 2. Central structure of the bar shining with green light 3. Round separation 240 - 241
Twenty Five Hours Hotel Hamburg Hamburg, Germany
1. Different droplights in the bar create different atmospheres 2. Wooden table, unique bar stools and grand chandeliers create a sophisticated space 242 - 243
"25 hours Hamburg" is a project from the Hamburg hotelier Kai Hollmann. During the reconstruction beginning 2006, the white bar made of Corian will leave the centre of the room and will be moved, in a smaller shape, to the face side. The new creative closeness to the open kitchen will ease the flow of work and will affect the catering concept positively. Because of more seats the existing leisure atmosphere works more generously. The sixmetre zebrano wood "community table" invites to an uncomplicated get-together. Single tables or rather lounge atmosphere â€“ the trend orientated clientele has the opportunity to choose between several seat qualities. The versatile light concept will be accented with ceiling and floor lights. Rounded shapes, consistent table surfaces, warm colours and individual designed lights create the seductive background.
UNA Hotel, Bologna Bologna, Italy
For the new hotel project, situated opposite Bologna railway station, designers wanted to develop a particular concept that would enable them to "construct" a place dedicated to business tourism, located in the throbbing hub of one of the most active cities in Italy, still a pillar of thought and of Western history.
Restaurant is a good place to bring out culture. Here the designers decorated the wall with texts. The texts are mirrored on the tables and the chairs, as a unique feature of the restaurant. A common characteristic of the selected texts is that they narrate the adventures, the impressions and also the exploits of great travellers, whether they made a real voyage, like Marco Polo, an interior journey, like Rama or an epic journey like Ulysses.
1. The bar is full of star-like light 2. The walls in the restaurant are decorated by texts 3. The texts reflect on the tables 4. Red restaurant adds brightness to the space 5. Texts on the wall
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UNA Hotel, Naples Naples, Italy
A 19 th century historic building, facing on Garibaldi Square in the city centre, has been restored and transformed in a 4-star hotel for a prominent Italian hotel chain. The original building, a 7-storey tuff-stone structure, very long and narrow, has suggested the design of a vertical hall crossed by staircases and lifts dangling in space. The structure hosts ninety rooms, a small convention centre and restaurant with a roof garden overlooking Vesuvius. A comfortable restaurant is created for UNA Hotel. The screens on the wall and on the columns offer more entertainment to the dining guests. The interior decoration here is simple, but you could also find something fresh and novel. Particularly, the colour of the chairs is peculiar, showing the ingenuity of the designers. 248 - 249
1. The design of the restaurant is simple but comfortable 2. Restaurant corridor 3. Bar area seen from the window
Vincent Hotel Southport, UK
Located on Lord Street, the Vincent has the prime location in town and is one of the finest in North West England. After 7 pm, the Café-Deli turns into Lord Street's top evening venue, with candles, dimmed lights, great music, a cool atmosphere, and an internationally-inspired menu. You can even dine alfresco when the weather’s fine in the outdoor seating area overlooking buzzing Lord Street. The ground floor private bar boasts an ultra-luxurious feel, with a unique golden mosaic and high gloss wall panelling. The ground floor Café Deli blends modern furnishings, dark woods and amber tones, with a lively atmosphere and traditional deli blackboard advertising dishes of the day.
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1. The wall of the bar is decorated by paintings 2. Comfortable sofas in the bar 3. Unique decorations hung on the ceiling 4. The bar counter design 5. Light shining in the bar
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Wald- und Schlosshotel Friedrichsruhe, Germany
The design of the hotel is modern but not obtrusive. The design of the restaurant ideally compliments the menu. The open plan kitchen is inspired by typical Italian kitchens, and conceived by a specialist. An onyx bar is the centrepiece of the bistro. Thanks to its height, this bar is very comfortable for the guest. Here he can sit and eat in his bathrobe, take a quick snack at a coffee table or the intimacy of one of the niches, as in a classical bar. A large-scale wine fridge filled with carefully selected wines forms the background of the bar. Ordering is easy as the staff is close at hand to provide meals cooked in the restaurant. The floor made of solid oak combined with French lime stone and teak-furniture surrounded by a cosy collection of natural fabrics in sunny colours â€“ create an atmosphere of luxurious relaxation.
1. Tables, chairs, floor and curtains correspond with each other 2. Lights in the restaurant are atmospheric 3. Special shaped droplight above the table 254 - 255
Wall & Water Restaurant at Andaz Wall Street New York City, USA
The Wall & Water restaurant is on the second floor of Hyattâ€™s Andaz Wall Street. Winding up the staircase to the restaurant, guests will be introduced to a fresh, natural menu with a luminous and sparkling entrance with grey river marble floors, a display area of locally grown ingredients with white marble counter tops and silver shimmering fabrics. The large private dining room is at the end of the lounge, with a long table, kitchenette, bar and sofa seating area. There is also a private dining table at the other end of the restaurant behind the open kitchen.
1. Bright ceiling and high-quality tables & chairs 2. Dark colours show elegance
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Wellness Park Lasko Laško, Slovenia
Wellness Park Lasko, a part of the well-known and established Health Resort is extended with the wellness hotel with 104 rooms, a restaurant, a café and a revamped spa centre. The concept was to create lively, atmospheric and invigorating environments that would inspire wellness and well-being. Areas with different functions are designed carefully, including the restaurant, the bar, the café and the tea room, each serving for different needs of guests. Each area carries a specific story embedded in the use of the materials and the colour codes. The café is elegant with neutral colours; the restaurant is warm with yellow, while in the tea room, the adoption of rose pink and wall painting breaks the tradition and adds a bit of modern sense to the space. The delicate wooden floor brings guests a home-like feeling.
1. The restaurant with warm colours 2. Neat design with brilliant decorations 258 - 259
Wynn Macau Macau, China
Wynn Macau provides the guests with rich dining experiences. A Japanese culinary adventure awaits you at Wynn Macau, also unique as its sumptuous Cantonese cuisine. The open kitchen of Ristorante il Teatro allows you to view the cooking of classic Italian specialties such as traditional pizzas, salads, homemade pasta and other authentic dishes from Southern Italy. You will be entertained while dining by the spectacular views of the Performance lake. An international cafĂŠ with an eclectic menu of Asian, Macanese, Mediterranean and Western dishes, CafĂŠ Esplanada overlooks the pools and gardens, where you can enjoy savory and irresistible desserts. A chic lobby bar where the warm glow of fuchsia, vivid orange and honey onyx tempt guests to enjoy delectable cocktails with distinctive ingredients.
1. Luxurious design of the bar 2. Even the entrance is of luxurious feature 3. The restaurant is of stone floor 4. Outdoor view of the pool 5. From the dining room guests could see the outside view 6. Brick walls 260 - 261
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Yas Hotel Abu Dhabi, UAE
The concept of the restaurants in the hotel is that they should be entirely contemporary, with only very subtle but tantalising references to the culture from which the cuisines originate. The tandoori restaurant takes the saturated colours of traditional saris and actually incorporates panels of fabric into table tops. The Italian restaurant is focused on a heavy, family sized olive wood refectory table. The noodle restaurant uses celadon enamelled volcanic basalt tiles. The mood in the speciality fish restaurant is defined by the marine setting. The fine dining Vine Restaurant is at roof terrace level with dramatic views across the racetrack and the marina. The private dining room seats up to 14 and has a central kaleidoscopic mirrored ceiling offset against a sophisticated palette of dark wood, leather and silk.
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1. Unique wall design in the dining area 2. Grand crystal droplight above the dining table 3. Guests could enjoy outside view through the grand windows 4. Show kitchen 5. Green crystal shining droplight shows modern and luxurious design style
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Index Adriana Hvar Marina Hotel & Spa Designer: Jestico + Whiles Architects Photographer: Ales Jungmann
Central Palace Una Hotel Designer: Sandro Rosolen & Fernando Campanaro Photographer: Alberto Ferrero
Hospes Madrid Designer: Elvira Blanco & Jose Maria Aguilar Photographer: Elvira Blanco
Hotel & Spa Bad Waltersdorf Designer: Zeytinoglu Architects Photographer: Alexander Koller
Alila Jakarta Designer: Denton Cork Marschall Photographer: Denton Cork Marschall
Chrome Hotel Designer: Mr.Sanjay Puri & Mr.Nimish Shah Photographer: Vinesh Gandhi
Hotel Benkiraï Designer: Patrick Jouin Photographer: Eric Laignel
Hotel St Barth Isle de France Designer: Penny Morrison Photographer: Jean-Philippe Pitter
Almyra Hotel Designer: Joelle Pleot & Tristan Auer
East Hong Kong Designer: William Lim, Raymond Chow Photographer: Nirut Benjabanpot
Hotel Condesa df Designer: IMH, India Mahdavi Hudson Photographer: Luis Gordoa,Undine Prohl
Hotel Villa & Resort Luisa Designer: Alberto Apostoli Architecture &Design Photographer: Davide Mombelli
Empire Riverside Hotel & "Brauhaus" Designer: David Chipperfield Architects Photographer: Christian Richters, Andrea Flak, Gunter Gluecklich
Hotel Daniel Designer: Tarfa Salam Photographer: David Wormsley
Hotel Watt 13 Designer: Caberlon + Caroppi Hotel Design
Eurostar Madrid Tower Hotel Designer: GCA Arquitectes Associats; Josep Juanpere and María Vives, Partner Architects Photographer: Jordi Miralles
Hotel Marriott Reforma Designer: Idea Asociados (Daniel Cahmi, Jorge Alvarez & Agustín Caso) Photographer: Jaime Navarro
Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast Designer: Project Orange Photographer: Tony Higgins
Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Designer: Cheryl Rowley Design, Inc. Photographer: Cheryl Rowley Design, Inc.
Fortress Hotel Designer: C&C Studio
Hotel Principe di Savoia Designer: CDA Design, Francesca Basu Designs Limited, Thierry W Despont Office Photographer: Guillaume de Laubier
Andaz West Holywwod Designer: JANSON GOLDSTEIN LLP Photographer: JANSON GOLDSTEIN LLP
Andel’s Berlin Designer: Jestico + Whiles Photographer: Ales Jungmann
Andel’s Krakow Designer: Jestico + Whiles Photographer: Ales Jungmann
Andel's Lodz Designer: Jestico + Whiles Photographer: Ales Jungmann
Arcadia Hotel Designer: gfra architecture
Becker’s Hotel Designer: Ingbert Schilz, Jutta Schilz Photographer: Ingbert Schilz, Jutta Schilz
Beity Hot Spring Hotel Designer: Hong Zhongxuan /HHD China Photographer: Chen Zhong
Busan Paradise Hotel Designer: Studio GAIA, Inc.
Gabriel Hotel Designer: Axel Schoenert Architectes Associés Photographer: Axel Schoenert Architectes Associés
Gastwerk Hotel Designer: Klaus Peter Lange, Regine Schwethelm & Sybille von Heyden Photographer: Design Hotels TM
Granite Lodge at the Ranch at Rock Creek Designer: Jet Zarkada, Los Griegos Studio, LLC Photographer: Los Griegos Studio, LLC, the Ranch at Rock Creek
Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees Designer: Patrick Leung Photographer: Bobby Sum
Hotel Rho Fiera Milano Designer: CABERLON CAROPPI HOTEL&DESIGN Photographer: Lorenzo Nencioni
Hotel Ritter Designer: JOI-Design
Hotel Riva Designer: Jestico + Whiles
Hotel Skt Petri Designer: Erik Møllers Tegnestue Millimeter Arkitekter/Per Arnoldi Photographer: Erik Møllers
InterContinental Hotel Designer: Dileonardo International
JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Designer: HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates Photographer: HBA
Kempinski Pragelato Village & SPA Piedmont Designer: THDP (The Hickson Design Partnership srl) / Nicholas Hickson & Manuela Mannino
Kruisheren Hotel Designer: Henk Vos Photographer: Design Hotels
Ksar Char-Bagh Designer: Patrick & Nicole Grandsire-Levillair Photographer: P de Grandry, M Zublena, J Silveira Ramos
KUUM Hotel Spa & Residences Designer: Global Architectural Development Photographer: Ali Bekman & Ozlem Avcioglu
Lánchíd 19 Designer: Péter Sugár, Lázló Benczúr/Dóra Fónagy (D24) Photographer: Péte Sugur
Le Meridien Parkhotel Designer: JOI-Design Innenarchitekten
Liberty Hotel Designer: Champalimaud Photographer: Peter Vanderwalk
Liquid Bar and 24 Central Café Designer: WESTAR Architects Photographer: Darius Kuzmickas
Logosun International Hotel Designer: Hong Zhongxuan / HHD China Photographer: Chen Zhong
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Designer: Lim.Teo+Wilkes Design Works Pte Ltd.
Marriott Marquis Designer: Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates Photographer: Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates
Metropole Luxury Boutique Hotel Designer: Francois du Plessis
Mosaic Hotel Designer: Sanjay Puri Architects Pvt. Ltd. Photographer: Vinesh Gandhi
Murmuri Hotel Barcelona Designer: Kelly Hoppen
Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande Designer: Alvin Grassi Photographer: Alvin Grassi
Sheraton Universal Designer: Intra-Spec Hospitality Design, Inc Photographer: Jon Didier
The Park Hotel Designer: Project Orange Photographer: Amit Pasricha
Park Hyatt Maçka Palas Designer: Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel Architects Photographer: Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel Architects, Food Shelter
Sofitel Lyon Bellecour Designer: Studio Patrick Norguet Photographer: Renaud Callebaut
The Pure Designer: Oana Rosen
Porta Fira Towers Designer: Toyo Ito (ITO AA), Fermín Vázquez (b720 Arquitectos) Photographer: Nil Becker
The Address Hotel Designer: Atkins Design Studio Photographer: Atkins Design Studio
Radisson BLU Hotel Dakar Interior Designer: Antoni Associates – Mark Rielly, Vanessa Weissenstein, Andy Malcomess & Ashleigh Gilmour Photographer: Jon Case & Vauban Radi
Radisson BLU Hotel Hamburg Designer: JOI-Design GmbH Photographer: JOI-Design GmbH
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Designer: Cheryl Rowley Design, Inc. Photographer: Cheryl Rowley Design, Inc.
Renaissance Las Vegas Designer: morrisonseifertmurphy Photographer: morrisonseifertmurphy
Roomers Hotel Designer: Oana Rosen in cooperation with Mickey Rosen and Alex Ursenau; Top level with Conference & Spa: 3deluxe-biorhythm and Grübel Photographer: Roomers by Designhotels; Ernst Stratmann
Museum Hotel Designer: Katrine Beaudry; Side Romeo; Pierre Lagueux; Alain Lemay Seaside Hotel Palm Beach Photographer: Pierre Bélanger , Christian Desjardins Designer: Alberto Pinto
Nanjing Central Hotel Designer: W2 ARCHITECTS Photographer: Li Gan
Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo Designer: HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates Photographer: HBA
Net Hotel Designer: Studio Marco Piva Photographer: Studio Marco Piva
Shangri-la’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Designer: Ed Ng, Terence Ngan /AB Concept Photographer: Chester Ong , AB Concept
Nordic Light Hotel Designer: Lars Pihl, Jan Söder and Rolf Löfvenberg
Sheraton La Caleta Resort & Spa Designer: Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. Photographer: Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
The Chedi Milan Designer: Jaya Ibrahim -Jaya Associates, Jakarta, Indonesia
The Dominican Hotel Designer: Lens Ass Architects & FG Stijl Photographer: Lens Ass Architects & FG Stijl
The Europe Resort Killarney Designer: HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates Photographer: HBA
The Fairmont Designer: Champalimaud Photographer: Matthew Millman
The Gray Designer: Guido Ciompi Photographer: Guido Ciompi
The Larimar Hotel Designer: architekten ronacher ZT GmbH
The Levante Parliament Designer: Curt Themessel & Ioan Nemtoi Photographer: Curt Themessel & Ioan Nemtoi
The Mercure Eastgate Hotel Designer: Blacksheep Photographer: Gareth Gardener
The New Majestic Hotel Designer: DP Architects Pte Ltd & Ministry of Design Pte Ltd / Colin Seah
The Three Storks Hotel Designer: AI – DESIGN
T Hotel Designer: Studio Marco Piva Photographer: Francesco Bittichesu
Twenty Five Hours Hotel Hamburg Designer: Evi Märklstetter, Armin Fischer, 3Meta, Augsburg, Sybille von Heyden
UNA Hotel, Bologna Designer: Studio Marco Piva Photographer: Alberto Ferrero
UNA Hotel, Naples Designer: scacchetti Photographer: scacchetti
Vincent Hotel Designer: Design LSM
Wald- und Schlosshotel Designer: niki szilagyi interior architecture
Wall & Water Restaurant at Andaz Wall Street Designer: Rockwell Group Photographer: Rockwell Group
Wellness Park Lasko Designer: Borut Rebolj, Studio Rebeka d.o.o. Photographer: Bogdan Zupan and Tomaz Gregoric
Wynn Macau Designer: Wynn Design & Development Photographer: Wynn Design & Development
Yas Hotel Designer: Jestico + Whiles Photographer: Gerry O’leary
H o t e l R e s t a u r a n t & B a r This is a book showing interior design works of restaurants and bars in hotels. The book includes...
Published on May 7, 2011
H o t e l R e s t a u r a n t & B a r This is a book showing interior design works of restaurants and bars in hotels. The book includes...