Looking for a great place to eat this weekend? Maybe this five projects will help you choose. Check them all after the break.
BanQ / Office dA Located in the old Penny Savings Bank, Banq is a restaurant located at the base of the old banking hall. Divided into two segments, the front area on Washington Street is programmed as a bar, while the larger hall behind serves as the dining area. The design of the space, however, is conceptualized around another division, on the z axis, between the ceiling and the ground (read more…)
The Wright / Andre Kikoski Andre Kikoski has designed a new restaurant, The Wright, for the Guggenheim Museum in New York that transforms Wright’s familiar geometries into a new dining experience. “It was both an incredible honor and an exhilarating challenge to work within Wright’s iconic building,” says Kikoski. “Every time we visit, we see a new subtlety in it that deepens our appreciation of its sophistication. We sought to create a work that is both contemporary and complementary” (read more…)
Honeycomb / SAKO Architects The target of guest in Honeycomb? From young family to couples. Mainly for people from 20 to 35 years old. Are there a lot of private rooms (VIP room)? People like to eat in group such as with friends or family in China. ‘Honeycomb’ is located in a commercial complex building that includes a movie theatre, shops and a skate rink etc (read more…)
Zense Restaurant / Department of Architecture As a part of ‘Zen’, Bangkok’s trend-setting department store, Zense Restaurant possesses a unique design approach by fusing together four design disciplines: fashion design, interior design, landscape architecture and architecture. The project introduces the dynamic world of fashion in the static domain of architecture; combining aesthetic of pleating fabric with architectural elements and function, and simultaneously, illustrates the essence of landscape architecture into interior space (read more…)
Mississippi Blues / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Mississippi is a soul food restaurant in the Fillmore Jazz District of San Francisco. Like the river, a single table meanders through the space – here everyone sits around and eats as a family. Oxbows and curves allow parties to cluster. Above the table is an echo of brass pipes that cast light and deflect sound. One wall is the bar, the other an open kitchen with seating for diners to watch the theatre of cooking (read more…)