Have you ever been to a restaurant that has a really strong personality like a magnet pulling you through it? This is how I see the Restaurant Varna & Spiegel Verlagshaus. It is designed by Verner Panton Interiors and I just love to look at those cloud-like structures up in the ceiling clad in strong colors. I am pleased to introduce the great restaurant design. Overall, I find this the work of a genius and the ingenuity cost everyone to get magnetically pulled into the hospitality design and the restaurant itself.
The design on the dining room of Restaurant Varna is inspired by the styles of the 1970s and it looks undeniably attractive – at least in my own opinion. This allowed modern people to get a taste of what it must have been like living on the underside of Ikea – a ballroom.
The entrance looked stunning but dizzying too but if there is one thing that I like about the entrance is the way it evokes a feeling of being in another dimension – like it was created solely to give a dimensional transition.
I must say that the foyer of the beautiful restaurant is very stylish and chic – which bears somewhat the signature design of the cloud-like patterns on the ceiling although in my opinion the amazing restaurant will not become less amazing without it. In fact, I would say it has become more interesting with it. The fluffy aquatic landscape of another element tickles the imagination and I won’t trade the experience with another.
For me, it means that fine dining doesn’t have to be overly rigid and formal and a touch of something chic and stylish would definitely an added value to the place. This design by Verner Panton Interiors is something that’s unique and standalone. The complexity of the space, elegance of design and quality of materials utilized throughout only represented that the restaurant interiors are one of a kind.
As previously mentioned, the design followed nothing but ingenuity and I cannot stress this further. It looked awesome but at the same time it allowed us to look at fine dining in another perspective. The dining area can be converted into a space that caters to fun-loving individuals and on the other hand it can also be turned into a place where corporate people can dine without looking out of place.
This is definitely something worth to visit!
Posted by JackieAzuela at 11 September, 2012