20 Of The World’s Best Restaurant And Bar Interior Designs. A good interior design can do as much for a cafe, restaurant or bar as good food and drinks can.
We made this list of 20 establishments to show you some of the best bar, cafe and restaurant interior designs in the world, and most of them have even won awards for their interiors. Creating an amazing interior design is anything but simple. There are thousands of factors to juggle – What will your restaurant, bar or cafe’s style be like? How can you make the interior as beautiful and decorative as possible without disrupting the staff’s workflow? Will safety regulations even allow your grandiose designs to take form? When you think about just how much goes into the design of the perfect restaurant interior, you’ll gain a whole new appreciation for these wondrously designed interior spaces. H.R. Designed by: H.R. Truth Cafe, Cape Town, South Africa Designed by: Haldane Martin The Jane Restaurant In A Renovated Church, Antwerp, Belgium Designed by: Piet Boon.
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This is just one of those Beautiful homes that only the super rich can afford. This is just one of those Luxurious 60 million dollar homes. These homes all feature intricate details including entrances that look like hotel lobbies, pools, tennis courts and amazing rooms that most people only dream about. You will find in house theaters, underground grotto spas, game room, steam room, billiards room, and exercise room. You also have to include your staff quarters and the helipad. Luxurious multi-million dollar homes cost as much to create as a big hotel, but without the income associated with it. Cat Hammock: Hybrid Glass Coffee Table & Hanging Pet Bed. Cum au transformat un apartament de 40mp într-o superlocuinţă doi arhitecţi români.
DIY Awesome Glowing Shelves Are Easy To Make! Home Design Board. Interior Design Ideas: Bathroom Designs, Kitchen Designs; Design Ideas for Your Home and More! Ntemporary Chiswick Quay property, London. Contemporary Chiswick Quay property, London Overlooking the Thames, the 1970s townhouse owned by lighting designer Ben Rousseau backs onto a small marina and is located where the London boat race finishes at Chiswick Quay.
It may have been a relatively modern design, but the four-storey contemporary London property still needed a lot of work and Ben easily spent about 60-70k updating the house. A new kitchen and office were put in, the bathroom on the second floor was updated, the master bathroom completely reconfigured and another bathroom added to the ground floor garage, which was impressively converted into a spacious guest suite. “Decoration wasn’t just restricted to painting,” says Ben. “We even knocked down walls to make more sense of the space; the master bedroom, for example, needed room to accommodate my bespoke walnut wardrobes and dressing table, which run the length of the room.” “If I hadn’t done so much of the work myself,” adds Ben. Space Saving Furniture: All-in-One Multi-Use Desk Design. The designers at o4i have won awards for all kinds of cutting-edge industrial design, some conceptual and some actual.
Based on a thoughtful analysis of actual work patterns this desk design idea takes into account real-life uses of spaces and furniture, arriving at a solution that is both logical and highly creative. This so-called Office Singularity is based on the idea that there are three ways in which we work, relax and interact within or office areas – social/interactive, functional/focused and casual/private. The Coolest Bar In Bucharest Recycles Lots of Bicycles. Bicycle Bar in Bucharest, Romania gladly accepts donations of used bicycles and related items. :) Located in a central, historical area, the bar is a friendly place that aims to shelter lots of exhibitions, musical sessions, workshops or any other event contemporary artists from different fields want to organize.
The designers had a really original way of recycling parts of bicycles, realizing pieces of furniture from vintage items. They took rusty, sun-baked hunks of metal and polished till shine showed, disassembled and reassembled them so that the bicycles are comfortable, enjoyable and good ‘running’ units. We love the Bicycle Bar concept because it shows care and detail for rolling pieces of history so that they may live on, and make even more people happy. Did you know…the first means of transport making use of two wheels arranged consecutively, and thus the archetype of the bicycle, was the German draisine dating back to 1817? The term bicycle was coined in France in the 1860s.