Nomiya is a transportable, temporary restaurant on the roof of Palais de Tokyo museum (Paris, France). The 63 sqm restaurant features a 12 people dining room with a panoramic view over the Eiffel tower and the Seine.
Design: Laurent Grasso, Pascal Grasso
The Restaurant 560 is located in an old building in Lisbon’s city centre. The unity of the two dining-rooms is given by the osb - wooden material that fully coats the walls, floor and ceiling. The separation between the services area and the eating area is made by a black tile wall, which draws the line to where the bar, kitchen and toilets are, and marks the change in materials.
Design: Joao Tiago Aguiar
Photography: Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra
The Nobu Dubai restaurant (Palm Jumeirah, UAE) includes a main dining area, bar/lounge, private dining room and sushi bar. Three dimensional abaca woven panels surround the main dining area, the bar is made from 3 inch timber solid planks with an onyx backlit front. Sushi bar surfaces are encased in black color bamboo embedded terrazzo.
Design and photography: Rockwell Group
Le Dauphin restaurant occupies 80 sqm and has very attractive and nicely done interior design, which received the 2010 Fooding award.
Design: Rem Koolhaas, Clement Blanchet
Photography: Clement Guillaume, Ruault
Dine 5 meters below sea level at Ithaa, Rangali Maldives Island's unique underwater restaurant. Guests can enloy the beauty, clarity, and color of the underwater world through acrylic roof and walls.
Design: MJ Murphy
Green Bistro in Osnabruck (Germany) is a modern sustainable place, which provide green healthy food. The tulip tables and white chairs perfectly complete a welcoming design with an original ceiling shape that seems to belong to a magic fantastic world.
Design: Siddik Erdogan & Jorn Frohlich
The Nautilus Project restaurant design (Singapore) embodies the present feelings of the times and expresses the big tolerance in the psychologically comfortable interior.
Interior: Design Spirits