Restaurant Design Roundup
Meghan Edwards -- Interior Design, 7/1/2012 2:00:00 AM
Our sampling of five recent restaurant interiors from Scottsdale, Arizona, to Osaka, Japan, encompasses a showstopping maple ceiling installation, custom photography mosaics, and illuminated ceiling mirrors...
Site: Port Washington, New York
Standout: This 2,500-square-foot restaurant for client Dennis Mava combines a color-changing maple ceiling installation and cherry veneer on the walls.
Project: Ciel de Paris
Standout: On the 56th floor of Paris's Montparnasse Tower, views of the Eiffel Tower hold court with 4,300 square feet of undulating walls, custom seating and tables, and mirrored ceiling fixtures designed in collaboration with Artemide for client Groupe Elior.
Site: Saguaro Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona
Standout: Feature walls incorporating Day of the Dead skulls, bungee cord screens, and felt ball mosaics are among the highlights at this 5,500-square-foot mexican restaurant owned by Sydell Group and managed by the Garces Restaurant Group.
Project: Seed Kitchen & Bar
Standout: Anchoring the 3,725-square-foot restaurant, chef and owner Doug Turbush commissioned Ai3 to create a custom dandelion-seed mosaic from hundreds of Turbush's family and travel photographs.
Site: Osaka, Japan
Standout: A 270-square-foot cake shop for Delicius, Inc. embodies its brand through metallic wall cut outs shaped like apple trees and acrylic logos suspended from the ceiling.