Situated on the highway, this 1050 sq. ft. restaurant of Mr. Manoj is nothing more than a simple and honest attempt by our interior designers with overall turnkey solutions to bring out the best of the space which resulted in classic examples of modernism and minimalism. The client Mr. Manoj, who is a literal gentleman, approached Mr. Pranay with a single requirement i.e just to create a voguish restaurant and nothing more than this he said. His full freedom and nil interference in the whole work made it easy for us to provide the best design that the space deserved. The whole restaurant is designed by our interior decorators in a Moroccan style where the entrance consists of circular metal plate structures hung on the wall on which initially acid was spread to create a rust effect and to give finishing, clear PU polish was applied and in which planters are inserted. A swing is given in the entrance which resembles the shape of a parrot’s cage which adds beauty to the entrance area.
A pattern is created on the ceiling by our interior designers in which circular plate-like structures are 30% overlapped on each other while a texture is given on them with hands. The height of this space is less, the colours of all the elements are blended in one another so that the premises seem as a large one.
A curvy seating arrangement is created in the center area with a 4 feet partition which could serve as the privacy factor. The designer lights that you see above each table are specially designed by our interior decorators in which the whole structure is created with teak wood while khadi cloth is used in the sides and frosted glass is used beneath. All these materials result in a great combination to fulfill when one wants to create the best ambiance through light. A huge grey mirror is utilized in the center of the premises so space looks huge than it seems.
A drawback that our interior designers faced is that there were dead niches and gaps behind the seating areas. So to overcome this difficulty a smart step was taken so as to fill these spaces with artificial planters which also brought liveliness into the whole space. That decision turned out to be the best as it also pulled back the maintenance factor that the owner would have to face in the future. The tables were placed touching every column, so as not to create any damage to the walls, stone wall cladding was done on them.
It was a great honor to do designing for Mr. Manoj as he gave full freedom to the designers without having any intrusion on his behalf. The whole project was completed with great ease with overall turnkey solutions provided to the client.