Weekend is here. Wouldn’t it be nice to start it enjoying a great dinner on a fantastic restaurant? To give you some ideas, here’s our fourth selection of previously featured restaurants in ArchDaily. Check them all after the break.
Nomiya: Temporary Restaurant / Pascal and Laurent Grasso omiya is an artistic project by Laurent Grasso with the collaboration of the architect Pascal Grasso. This is a temporary, transportable restaurant on the roof of Le Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris. The restaurant takes its name, Nomiya, from a very small restaurant in Japan. The structure features a dining room for twelve people with a panoramic view over the Seine and the Eiffel tower (read more…)
Toast / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Toast Restaurant serves comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is the second branch at the new Hamiltonplace shopping mall in Navato, north of San Francisco. The mall is one story Mediterranean kitsch in a parking lot. The experience of entering Toast is like walking inside a loaf of bread…..like swimming in sparkling Champaign (read more…)
Fabbrica Restaurant / Tjep After the success of restaurant Praq, one of our favorite clients commissioned a new restaurant to be located in the Rotterdam harbor, right between the boats and the cranes. Fabbrica struck us as the most convenient name for this new Italian restaurant. Fabbrica meaning factory in Italian, we envisioned the canteen of a very special factory: a very romantic factory where pleasure is produced for guests (read more…)
The Ubud / TWS & Partners This project is a small scale of mix use building, located within the heart of Jakarta. The main function is to house the famous BEBEK BENGIL restaurant from Ubud, Bali. The original Bebek Bengil restaurant is very famous with it’s specialty of crispy fried duck menu and have a unique location, which sit on the exotic rice or padi field (read more…)
SALA Phuket Restaurant / Department of Architecture Sala Phuket Restaurant is a main restaurant for a resort in Phuket, Thailand. Because of its pristine surrounding, the design is intended to respond to the sensational dimension of experience embodied within the area—beauty, simplicity, and silence. Taking advantage of its tropical climatic conditions and its beachfront location, the restaurant is designed to operate as an open-air pavilion (read more…)