A fancy restaurant, an ice cream shop, a café, a cool restaurant and even a Kentucky Fried Chicken for the third part of our previously featured restaurants in ArchDaily. Check them all after the break.
Conduit / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Conduit Restaurant emerged from the found circumstances. The ground floor commercial space in a new residential building had a low ceiling and a tangled maze of plumbing, sprinkler and electrical conduits serving the residences above. To cover these pipes would have further reduced the space (read more…)
Leggenda Ice Cream and Yogurt / SO Architecture In the industrial zone of Ramat Ishay northern Israel, Inside an old abandoned carpentry shop a new branch of the Leggenda ice cream and yogurt was put up. To design a space with an airy and calm feeling, that the customer desired, in the space we had to work with, was rather difficult. This difficulty was caused by very low ceiling of only 2.30 m (read more…)
Café/Pastry Shop in Sintra / extrastudio In an urban condition without any specific references, a residential suburb between Sintra and Lisbon, this project is inspired by the nearby Sala de Musica (the Music Room)in Palacio de Queluz and by the Patisseries and Cafés from the beginning of the XX century, where the substance that characterizes its interior is completely autonomous from the construction where it’s inserted (read more…)
Fast Food Restaurant – KFC / PK Arkitektar Fast food restaurants like Kentucky Fried Chicken are usually known for the standardized look. The architecture in these places seems to never take much consideration on the specific location and surroundings. In Keflavík the intention was to make a design that would brake with these aspects (read more…)
Tori Tori Restaurant / Rojkind Arquitectos + ESRAWE Studio Considered one of the best Japanese restaurants in Mexico City and due to its remarkable success, Tori-Tori is now moving to a bigger location in the same area of Polanco, Mexico City, where Architect Michel Rojkind and Industrial Designer Hector Esrawe teamed up to make it happen (read more…)