Best Restaurant And Bar Interior Designs
Going to a restaurant or a bar is usually dependent upon the kind of food and drinks that they offer. But designing a restaurant bar that calls to people and forces them to think is an art unto itself, for example, underwater restaurant in Norway. There are a lot of factors to consider when working on interior design for restaurants. What will this design look like? How can it lend itself to improving the workflow of staff while being as beautiful and decorative as possible? Are there any safety regulations that will keep your dream design from coming to fruition?
A variety of things need to be put in place to start a good bar-cum-restaurant. For starters, you may want to get the best cold press juicer for your bar. From thereon, different things are going to appeal to you that may be required in your bar.
To get you thinking outside the box, in this article, we take a look at 9 of the world’s best restaurant, and bar interior designers, and their designs. Hopefully, you will be as awed as we were and be inspired to create your own bar design. You need to know how much effort and insight is put into the interior designs of modern restaurants. So you’ll be able to appreciate these wonderfully designed spaces with eyes anew.
Joben Bistro, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
This restaurant in Romania, designed by 6th sense, is a peculiar pub with a steampunk inspiration straight out of Jules’ Verne’s fictional fantasy and sci-fi stories. Joben Bistro also features steampunk motifs. Steampunk is a literary genre connected to science fiction and fantasy that appeared in the 1980s. The works of this genre are often social critiques that play upon elements of Victorian industrialism and technology.
There is a certain edge to this restaurant’s design and industrial crudeness. It is cozy and comfortable at the same time. Whatever one may say about it, it’s not a restaurant that people can ignore. The bar is divided into three rooms. The first one is dedicated to vintage art, the second one has a bar with concrete walls, and the third is full of objects of different types.
The adjustable light and dark-colored walls, the use of brass and copper, and the elegant use of space, all these things come together. So they can make this one of the best places to hang with your friends in Cluj.
Logomo Café, Turku, Finland
Created by the German artist Tobias Rehberger, the interior design of the Logomo Café is sure to remind one of the abstract paintings of Pollock. The crisscrossing lines on the floor and the walls were conceived of in collaboration with Artek.
The geometric furniture contrasted with a dizzying array of harsh stripes brings together certain abstract concepts that are hard to pinpoint. For as long as you stay in this restaurant, interior design will play with your perceptions of it.
Bicycle Bar, Bucharest, Romania
It is by far the most relaxed restaurant on the list, in our humble opinion. Designed by Alina Turdean, the bar’s vintage interior design is centered on the theme of, you guessed it, “bicycles.” The bar was opened in late December 2012 in a historical building located in Bucharest’s old city center.
The bar interior designers had recycled parts of run-down old bicycles and assembled them together to provide seamless and comfortable integration into the interior design.
Collaboration between Open Space Design, a young design Bucharest based office, and the bar’s owner Stefan Ciobotaru, the bar reflects the latter’s childhood love for bikes and everything that has to do with them.
We love the idea of this restaurant as it recovers pieces of history so it may live on and make others happy as well.
H.R. Giger Museum Bar, Gruyères, Switzerland
Designed by the Swiss artist H.R. Giger, this bar will remind you of the gothic science of the likes of many Hollywood movies like The Alien, Species, and Poltergeist.
The museum bar evokes the sense of the uncanny, dark, otherworldly mysteries of biomechanical cyborgs and other cosmic creatures of popular fantasy fiction. It is hard to miss this beautiful gem of a restaurant, located in a small town of only about 2000 people.
The Jane Restaurant In A Renovated Church, Antwerp, Belgium
Built by Piet Boon, this restaurant brings together the worlds of fine dining and rock ‘n roll. The restaurant beautifully captures the authentic environment of the chapel by restoring only the highly necessary parts. The rest, as they say, is left to age like wine.
Thanks to the architecture of the church, the music ends up becoming a vital aspect of the restaurant. The whole vibe is very relaxing and soothing without pushing the volume limits. The location of the speakers in the restaurant balance the acoustics ideally to create an atmosphere that is sure to provide an awe-inspiring religious experience.
Bangalore Express Restaurant, London, Great Britain
Based on the theme of Indian railways, this restaurant designed by UK firm outline is located across the Waterloo station and is pretty laid back in its interior design. The tables have an intimate feel thanks to the booth-style seating.
The furniture inside the restaurant is made from steel tubes and fast-clamp, which are normally used in construction sites. The restaurant has a hard edge that is designed purposefully to introduce an urban aspect to the interior.
Founder says: “Our focus from the beginning has been to create food and drinks, combining British ingredients with authentic flavors, aroma, and spices of Indian sub-continent, served in casual, friendly and relaxed space”.
Le Pain Francais Restaurant, Gothenburg, Sweden
Le Pain Francais is designed by Stylt Trampoliwith four floors and a glass elevator. All the different stories have their unique names, with all things French at the heart of them all. The entrance of the restaurant is Porte de Paris. The middle section has a great clock, and a DJ station called the Place de Trocadero. Beyond that, there is a cozy corner that is made just for dining, called the Boudoir.
Rocambolesc Cafe, Girona, Spain
This restaurant is a creamery that is designed by Olga Pajares, drawing inspiration from Tim Burton’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” The creamery’s magical interior is quite whimsical and maintains the modern character with candy motifs throughout, which reminds one of the bar designs for small restaurants.
Ozone Bar, Hong Kong
Created by Masamichi Katayama, founder of Wonderwall, this restaurant bar is the world’s highest bar. Surprises are waiting at every turn with a spectacular marbled dining room, lobby lounge, and a stylish wine bar interior design.
Ozone Bar is illuminated in blue and it feels like an extension of the night sky, from its peak at the top. Ozone is the ideal location for an interesting night, complete with a striking ambiance, yummy cocktails, delicious Asian food, and picturesque views. Enjoy them all as you gather with friends and unwind to the sounds of the house DJ in our bar space or partake in a Cocktail Master Class taught by our expert mixologist. Whatever you prefer, your time at OZONE is certain to be a memorable one.