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Margot Restaurant / Alfaro/Acevedo Arquitectura

April 5, 2021 Clara Ott 0

The work was conceived from a client’s premise: “farm-to-table”. From this concept and considering the characteristics of the garden neighborhood of the place, a simple typology was thought of, of unique and flexible space surrounded by nature. Where the dining room coexists in the central area, the open kitchen at one end and the bar at the other.

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SP Space / Hadivincent Architects

March 29, 2021 Hana Abdel 0

Creation of a multipurpose building and restaurant for Sarae Hills – a 15 acre of natural environment in Dago, Bandung – that the client is preserving as an open space for people to experience ecotourism concept. Public amenities and programs ranging from coffee, food, discussion, workshops, art classes, galleries will be provided on the site.

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Bun Milan Restaurant / Masquespacio

March 19, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

The aim for the project was to create an identity with a clear focus on the younger generations and at the same time represent a more sophisticated approach for a high-quality hamburger restaurant. 

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BIO MY BIO Café / DA bureau

March 10, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

Bio My Bio is much more than just a café. This is Matilda Shnurova’s new project which represents a hybrid of a restaurant and an art object dedicated to the growing awareness of today. The format of the restaurant is aimed at young people who follow the latest trends in nutrition and healthy lifestyle. The menu is completely free of sugar, gluten, and lactose – a challenging solution for the restaurant industry. At the same time, the cuisine concept is delicious daily meals at a reasonable price.

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Tre de tutto Restaurant / STUDIOTAMAT

March 4, 2021 Paula Pintos 0

In the heart of Garbatella, STUDIOTAMAT transforms a historic neighbourhood bakery abandoned for years, postcode. in the capital’s trendy new Tre de tutto, whose name echoes the connection with the Roman tradition, with its three generous full-height custom designed arched windows, overlooks a square full of details and moldings made of modest materials, typical of the Roman Baroque — the style that embellishes the social housing typical of the area built in the 1920s. Here, under the arch adjacent to the restaurant, Nanni Moretti zipped through on a Vespa in his movie “Caro Diario” (“Dear Diary”). At the entrance, another tribute to the neighbourhood: “How beautiful Garbatella is!” reads a neon sign, inviting visitors and locals to enter.

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Arlette Restaurant / Baran Buro

February 20, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

The restaurant is designed in the style of a city café in the building of the past cinema of Chervonograd city, built in 1970. Now this building is converted to the needs of the shopping center. The project was developed by the Lviv family bureau of architecture and design BARANBURO. The application of the concept of a city café made it possible to create a space that would attract city residents of all ages. The aim of this project was to create something new and unusual in the city, a kind of explosion that would initiate positive changes and trends in the design of the city. For such a small city as Chervonohrad, this is a new, interesting and trendy concept.

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Arlette Restaurant / Baran Buro

February 20, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

The restaurant is designed in the style of a city café in the building of the past cinema of Chervonograd city, built in 1970. Now this building is converted to the needs of the shopping center. The project was developed by the Lviv family bureau of architecture and design BARANBURO. The application of the concept of a city café made it possible to create a space that would attract city residents of all ages. The aim of this project was to create something new and unusual in the city, a kind of explosion that would initiate positive changes and trends in the design of the city. For such a small city as Chervonohrad, this is a new, interesting and trendy concept.

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Dandelion Chocolate Las Vegas / Sanga Architecture + Puddle Inc

February 19, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

Architect Monica Sanga and Japanese designer, Puddle Inc, collaborated to realize Dandelion Chocolate’s first permanent US cafe and retail space outside of San Francisco. Taking cues from the California-based small-batch bean-to-bar chocolate maker’s own process and products, the design team emphasized handcrafted details and honest use of materials to create an oasis of calm on the Las Vegas strip. The final result is an exquisite jewel-box, part retail store, and part café, that showcases Dandelion chocolate and serves hot chocolate, coffee, and pastries. Their Las Vegas expansion joins international locations including Taiwan and Japan and temporary pop-up locations previously in Los Angeles and New York City.

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Seen Lisboa Restaurant / Sidney Quintela Architecture + Urban Planning

February 19, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

The project of Seen, situated in the heart of Lisbon, on the rooftop of Tivoli Hotel in Avenida da Liberdade, was based on bringing the client a unique experience. The layout designed by the architect creates different integrated areas which are connected giving a tremendous sense of intimacy. The circulation flow of the place is defined by a huge dark green velvet sofa and the Chesterfield armchairs.