Spontaneity, raw materials, pristine nature and above all – meat. The best steaks in the city of Olomouc. That’s the core of Steak Restaurant’s (STK) interior, housed in a former car repair shop which gave the steakhouse its name.
Restaurant Interior Design
The RESTAURANTS category invite you to both have a virtual tour through world restaurants and to virtually drink your coffee in the most coquettish cafes, cafes which have been created by the most appreciated architects and designers in the world. HomeWorldDesign presents you the most important achievements regarding bars and restaurant interior design, achievements that are to make your passion for beauty also expend towards such design projects. The more you wish to develop a business in this domain, the more useful this category can be proven to be.
Nina Ballroom is the pilot project for the re-branded L’ hotel Nina et Convention Centre, a hotel rooted in Hong Kong and founded by the late business icon Nina Wang. The brand takes Generosity and Social Responsibility as its key attributes, which are well expressed in Nina Ballroom.
Located in the commercial hub of Xiamen Island, the project is a flagship store of HEYTEA LAB, China’s leading tea drink brand. Based on characteristics of the open two-storey architectural space, MOC DESIGN OFFICE created bottom-up oblique order within it, which accommodates various possibilities for urban life and socializing.
De-Tox Cafe is a distinguished Greek coffee chain store with several spots across Greece. Lab4 architects undertook the design of this 98 sq.m store in Trikala, following the basic brand forms, bringing an evolution to the whole design identity though.
The Da Ya Li Roast Duck Restaurant, which integrates Chinese royal imperial food and Beijing marketplace dishes, has deeply absorbed the essence of Chinese food culture. With more than two decades of experience in the catering market …
Amy Corbin and Patrick Williams – the couple behind hit Peckham restaurant Kudu – opens a chic cocktail bar under the arches by Queens Road station called Smokey Kudu. Their menu includes 15 different cocktails with subtle South African influences