Bar and restaurant design books
Restaurant design News and Features - The SpacesDrew Plunkett and Olga Reid's new book, published by Laurence King, examines the exemplary interiors of a series of international restaurants and bars. Regular restaurant-goers will agree that sometimes it takes more than a delectable menu to ensure a satisfying dining experience. Practical extras include floor plans and insightful picture captions detailing construction and decoration techniques, making it a true design bible for creating social environments. Kwint, Brussels by SAQ The crumpled metal form of Kwint bar rears up to run the length of the restaurant at high level. The padded wall conceals the service areas. Zebar, Shanghai by 3Gatti Wooden ribs support seating in the bar area and appear to wrap continuously around all surfaces. Light sources of varying intensities, concealed between them, punctuate the length of the room.
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With the aesthetics of a restaurant these days as important as the food on offer, interior designers and architects are creating bolder, more luxurious spaces than ever; places that allow the diner to indulge their senses as much as themselves. And its not just extravagant restaurants. More affordable eateries are being creatively and conceptually designed than ever: ice-cream shops and independent coffee bars giving big-name designers a run for their money. Appetizer , a new page hardback from publishers Gestalten, is a compilation of some of the most eye-catching restaurants, bars and cafes from around the world. Whether a hyper-realistic mural, living wall, indoor jungle, or simple pastels paired with extravagant furnishings, this tome will satisfy the visual hunger of every design lover. On the ground floor customers can get their sweet-tooth fixes, whilst downstairs a refined restaurant sits amid a resplendent retail area that is filled with shoes and fashion accessories. As creatures who crave colour, light, and nature, these lush urban oasis represent the most striking of recent trends in restaurant design and interiors; and hint at how newly-opened spots in the coming year might look.