Interior restaurants. The best interior designs By Rakel Pariente
Where are the most charismatic restaurants? Here we are some of the most charismatic restaurant in the world, with amazing designs. Some of these designs are based on the tradition of the place they are and are mixed with new elements and concepts. Let see some of these amazing restaurants: ‐
Bar‐Restaurant for the beer brand Radegast (near Prague‐Czech Republic): I was reconstructed in an old factory of the 19th Century. It was designed by the architect Luka Krízek from IO Studio. The main characteristic of this design is the vaulted ceiling covered by curves tiles of porcelain in blue and white colours, typical from Czech Republic. Metal and wood are typical materials of industrial style. Installations as ventilation or heater are outside the wall. Simple shapes on furniture make a clear design of the space.
L’Angolino Restaurant (Tatebayashi‐Japan). L’Angolino is an Italian restaurant in Japan, designed by Kyoto from Collective Geneto. Its design is based on the triangle shape inside and outside. Different levels of the roof and the use of wood on the structure make this design special but simple. The space inside and the natural light through the triangle windows remind us a typical Japanese house atmosphere.
The Jane Restaurant (Antwert‐Belgium). This restaurant was designed by Piet Boon in an old Military church. This Military church was transformed in this new contemporary restaurant. Its main characteristic is the sculptural chandelier, which also was designed by Piet Boon’s Amsterdam Studio, and the interiors by PSLAB and artist Studio Job. Inside we can find a combination of lamps and tiles with original elements such as old tiles and the peeling paintwork on the ceiling.
Éclectic Restaurant (Paris‐France). This restaurant was designed by Tom Dixon, the British interior designer. He combined raw industrial floor areas concrete with other waxed areas, marble and leather details. The main idea is integrate the restaurant with the modernist surroundings. Some of the places remind us a hive, because of the hexagonal shapes on the wall and the colour of the lighting.