What I like most about this restaurant design is its industrial feel. The focal point of the restaurant interiors is the high headroom, which takes up 250 square meters that partly encompasses the inner court. This building is more than 100 years old and this explains the classic touch and the industrial feel that emanates from it.
I find the guest area of this amazing restaurant very impressive as it caters to 40 guests. You can immediately take a look inside through the huge glass portals.
At a glance – that is from the street view, you will see a cross-sectional view of the beautiful restaurant from the wardrobe hidden at the rear side of the SICIS mosaic wall depicting the city of New York and to the bar side.
The entryway is impressive as well considering that you will be greeted by a collection of furniture pieces – chairs and tables – designed by Tom Dixon, red bar chairs by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and the classic lighting scheme by Artemide Tolomeo. The lighting scheme is unusually placed on top of the leather benches. (via)