Located in Beijing, China particularly on the south-west corner of an office tower, the Cornerstone Restaurant designed by Studio Ramoprimo was completed early in 2011. It stands royally on a 360-square meter surface area. Damon Sun – Life Less Ordinary Group Ltd tasked Studio Ramoprimo to complete this restaurant design.
The focal point of design for the beautiful restaurant is the use of two strong walls. It defined the space as well as organizing it to an extremely functional program including the kitchen, bar counter, dining area, pizza area, lounge corner and wine cellar.
This amazing restaurant made use of a mixture of both natural and artificial materials such as brushed steel plates, wood, bricks, reflecting glass, black iron profiles and mirrors. All of these combined made the restaurant utterly modern with a touch of organic charm.
It also offers a combination of rough and smooth surfaces that created a sense of spatial tension providing warmth and comfortable atmosphere, which really matters for excellent fine dining experience.
The flooring on both the lounge and bar areas is created using light natural wood and small irregular black spots that are randomly embellished. The two primary dining areas are placed on elevated platforms and are covered by large dark wooden boards. They are characterized by strongly scratched surface extending vertically on the pillars cladding.
There are also two central walls that are built as a collage of different patterns of bricks. The bricks are colored yellow, red and grey wherein the insertion of steel plates became an addition to the details of refinement making the restaurant interiors.
Overall, this hospitality design is a sight to behold and a must-see place in Beijing, China.
Posted by JackieAzuela at 28 February, 2012