The Madison Avenue contract team of Danish design brand BoConcept helped transform the interior of a Manhattan townhouse into the Michelin-starred Korean restaurant Atomix.
Great dining experiences are often enhanced by the standard of the setting. As many top chefs are fond of saying; 'We eat first with our eyes'. The calm yet creative interior of New York City’s Michelin-starred Korean restaurant Atomix is one example of a space that contributes to the dining experience. The interior created by Seoul-based design firm Studio Writers fuses modernity and tradition to produce an ambiance that complements the multi-course tasting menu cooked up by chef Junghyun Park.
The designers worked closely with Park and his wife and co-owner, Ellia, as well as the contract team at BoConcept’s Madison Avenue store to overhaul the interior of a townhouse on East 30th Street in Manhattan. A bright lounge area furnished with Karim Rashid’s Ottawa sofas provides a space for guests to enjoy welcome drinks and hors d'oeuvres, while the main dining area downstairs centres around a 14-seat chef’s counter that celebrates the communal dining experience. The counter is surrounded by Adelaide dining chairs, which feature straight wooden legs and a contrasting curved seat with inbuilt armrests for enhanced comfort.
The BoConcept design and furnishing of Atomix restaurant merges aesthetic, functional and experiential approaches into the layout, and achieves the vision of the team with just the right pieces.
|Reference Project Name ||Atomix Restaurant |
|Location / Address ||New York City, US |
|Year Of Completion ||2018 |