We have now over 200 Round Up! And with amazing project featured months and even years ago, there’s still a lot to come. Check our sixth selection of previously featured restaurants after the break.
Paladares da Quinta Restaurant / Arquitectos The restaurant and bakery is located in a farm composed of different arborean species of a certain age. Its main purpose was for the visitors to enjoy nature’s changeable and irreverent environment during their stay. For this reason, the area’s history and the existing species’ location was respected and a building was drawn so that it coexists and dialogs with its surroundings, allowing for the present and human experience’s concept and language evolution to be revealed (read more…)
BIT Bogstadveien / Scenario BIT-chain has been well known for a long time in Oslo for their delicious sandwiches and calzone, as well as for a cool industrial open kitchen interior design that the owner did himself. But during the past year, BIT decided that they want a new identity that would be more friendly and welcoming (read more…)
Sandwiched / INABA As part of 2010, the Whitney Biennial, Jeffrey Inaba’s firm, INABA, was commissioned to design a pop‐up café located in the museum’s interior courtyard. The project consists of three (3) large‐scale lanterns that occupy the courtyard’s double‐height space, a 24‐foot long service counter, communal tables, high‐top counters and ‘droopy’ seat cushions (read more…)
Temporary Bar / Diogo Aguiar & Teresa Otto Year after year, the students of Oporto School of Architecture are invited to think on a temporary bar to represent their institution with the expected dignity, as an outstanding architectural object. The given implantation, the fast construction and the low budget are some of the premises which must be considered (read more…)
Pio Pio Restaurant / Sebastian Marsical Studio The discovery of a finely crafted wooden box set into an existing building on 10th Ave. immediately defines the initial intentions of this design: mystery, discovery, and contradiction. The visitor enters this rustic wooden box and is removed from the noisy Manhattan streets. An exquisite marble host-table floats within the space enclosed in reclaimed wood (read more…)