The geniuses behind remarkable restaurant designs have reached the next level.In this article we want to show you some of the best stylish Restaurant Unique Interior Design ideas Around The World. Take a look at them and let us know which one you like.
MUSEUM HR GIGER BAR – in Château St. Germain, Gruyères, Switzerland
The interior of the otherworldly environment that is the H.R. Giger Museum Bar is a cavernous, skeletal structure covered by double arches of vertebrae that crisscross the vaulted ceiling of an ancient castle. The sensation of being in this extraordinary setting recalls the tale of Jonah and the whale, lending the feel of being literally in the belly of a fossilized, prehistoric beast, or that you have been transported into the remains of a mutated future civilization.
The Jane, Antwerp, Belgium
Opening this week in Antwerp, Belgium, The Jane restaurant designed by Piet Boon has all the building blocks of a success. An intriguing building: A chapel of a former military hospital that gives the restaurant the aura of a sacred place mixed with a certain darkness.
Hinoki & The Bird
It was designed by Milo Garcia. It’s open and it’s very inviting. For the interior, the designer used cedar in combination with glass and timber to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere while maintaining the simplicity of the décor. The curved brass panels also add charm to this place. The open kitchen features antique kitchenware and brass shelving and has an adjacent steel and glass wall that is connected to the patio.
Joben Bistro (Rumani)
The initial idea for the pub decoration was the industrial design but considering the objects that were chosen, evolved into steampunk. “Joben Bistro” is divided into three rooms and pleasantly surprise with the attention to the details. All the three rooms are decorated with objects that follow the steampunk aesthetic and are illuminated with lamp shades in form of toppers, that`s why the pub was named so ( “joben” is the Romanian word for topper). So, being surrounded by a zeppelin, the flying bike of the invisible man, clocks with propellers and mechanized lighting lamps, the line between reality and fiction becomes very thin.
What Happens When – 25 Cleveland Place, NY NY
What Happens When is a playground for food. It is a temporary restaurant installation that transforms every 30 days for 9 months, offering guests an ever-changing culinary, visual and sound experience. This delicious exhibition is a result of the collaboration between one chef, two designers, a photographer and a composer.
Ammo Restaurant – HongKong
Interior Designer Joyce Wang made her appearance on the design scene 3 years ago. Conceiving the WANG design practice, her career commenced the other way round as one would say. The beginning of Joyce’s career was marked with the successful completion of a 60-room hotel renovation in Los Angeles; an international award from the well known INTERIOR DESIGN Magazine for an office space in Hong Kong and a commission from one of the most respected property developers also from Hong Kong. The majority of designers build a gradual process towards the ID awards with a trail of great projects in their portfolio. This practice however is one of those cases that bear exception to this rule. With force, attention to detail and determination, Wang has accomplished a number of successful projects over the 3 years. For Yatzer, one particular creation stands out through its significance and design awareness. This is none other then the famous AMMO restaurant in Hong Kong.
PAKTA RESTAURANT (Barcelona)
Auriga Restaurant & Lounge – Mumbai, Indian
The entire building exterior is created in a web of aluminum fins that are folded in angular planes. This geometry is carried through into the interior of the ground level where the web is more abstracted and sheaths the walls, ceiling, staircase, bar and columns. Partially open and partially enclosed in strips of galvanized metal sheets that are backlit, the entire space is rendered sculptural with the integration of all design elements within the abstractly woven web.
The Design Bar, Stockholm, Sweden
The area was divided into two parts with the bar labelled “the industry” and the VIP area labelled “the forest”. Furnished with Wagells’ own furniture and lighting, the two spaces had large balloons suspended from the ceiling representing white clouds over the forest and black smoke for the industrial theme.
Electric Bar in Paris
Bangalore Express London
Sato Restaurant – Leon, Mexico
This is the Sato restaurant. It’s located in Leon, Mexico and it has been designed by Taller5 Arquitectura. As you can see, it has a very lavish and stylish interior but, at the same time, it’s simple and somewhat casual.
The designers used a lot of wood for this project. They used big blocks to hide the lighting fixtures and these features help create a warm and inviting atmosphere. The tables are sleek and simple and the diners can watch the chefs prepare the meals right there in front of them. It’s a great experience and a great restaurant to enjoy it in.
The Morimoto Waikiki restaurant is located in Honolulu, Hawaii and it has a very eye-catching interior. It was a project by Schoos Design and it was inspired by the Japanese design in general.
Blue Frog – India
The last example we’ve included here is the Kampachi restaurant. It was designed by Blu Water Studio and it opened 40 years ago. It’s a very chic and inviting restaurant with a warm and pleasant atmosphere. Located in Kuala Lumpur, it has become an icon of sophisticated Japanese cuisine.