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Avroko has been designing and inspiring us through its hottest restaurant interior design ideas for almost 15 years. Offering a fresh take on hospitality and commercial design, their trendy and memorable interiors generate buzz from the masses and applause from the critics. Let’s dig into 5 of the best Avroko projects.
SOMERSET restaurant, Chicago, Illinois | Best Chicago midcentury Restaurant
Housed within the Viceroy Hotel Chicago (which is also the historic site of the 1920s Cedar Hotel), Somerset is the 4th collaboration between Boka Restaurant Group and Avroko and the latest culinary concept from the esteemed chef Lee Wolen. Avroko team took inspiration from the 60s and 70s when the Kennedy-esque leisure set was in its heyday frequenting country clubs throughout America. Somerset restaurant design area measures more than 12,000 square feet, including the kitchen. The operation has multiple spaces, including a bar, restaurant, terrace and private dining spaces, combining for a total of 366 seats. The second-floor dining room area is a bit more sedate than the ground floor bar. Furnishings are still 60s and 70s inspired, but the flooring was swapped from the custom patterned wood to more traditional hardwood.
PENTHOUSE BAR & GRILL, Bangkok, Thailand | Best Asian grill restaurant
Avroko was commissioned to envision the five separate food and beverage venues, known as the Penthouse Bar & Grill, across the upper three floors of the Park Hyatt Bangkok. While each venue is distinct and has a unique design perspective, the goal was to create one large penthouse space with seamless transitions to each venue. Guests arrive on the 34th floor and are guided down a long, moody corridor lined with 3D and 2D art as well as sweeping views of Bangkok. They arrive in the restaurant area, anchored by an open kitchen, and are greeted by a grand staircase with racing-stripe black and white marble featuring an opulent custom chandelier designed by Avroko and a vintage motorcycle.
The staircase leads guests to the other venues including the cocktail lounge featuring an integrated DJ booth as well as intimate seating areas with luxe screens and layered lighting. The speakeasy is home to a “shattered” wall art feature, which layers multiple planes of Macassar ebony at different angles creating the shattered effect, which is further accented with copper detailing and lighting. The rooftop bar features custom-designed trellis’ and the PDR in the restaurant is home to a wall-length cabinet holding a collection of precious and semi-precious stones.
LA CAPITALE, Amman, Jordan | Best Middle East classic restaurant
La Capitale pays homage to the classic French bistro culture by reinventing the traditional brasserie blending together timeless elements with modern, fashionable details. Offering a distinctly Southern French feel, the original architecture boasts many neoclassical details that were then highlighted in the choice of floor patterns, wall treatments, and furniture design. Provencal elements, such as lavender fields, serve as the source of restaurant interior design inspiration for the luxurious color palette and rich architectural touches. Bespoke, brasserie-inspired light fixtures illuminate the dining area and guests are seated in one of four dining rooms or on the all-season terrace surrounded by a vertical herb garden and sweeping views of Amman.
BUTCHER & STILL, Abu Dhabi, UAE | Best Middle East steakhouse restaurant
Capitalizing on Chicago’s reputation as the world’s steakhouse capital, Butcher & Still in the Four Seasons Abu Dhabi is an ode to Al Capone reigned while combining elements of the iconic Chicago architecture scene and whimsy from the popular World’s Fair in Chicago. The basement-level private dining room is the hidden gem of the venue, situated in a barrel vault and is accessible by a private elevator. The intimate space is inspired by Al Capone’s Cadillac, featuring wood flooring with carpet inlay, large leather banquettes and pressed tin crown moulding.
BOCCALINO, Seoul, South Korea | Best Italian restaurant in Seoul
In the Four Seasons Hotel in Seoul Korea, the Italian restaurant was inspired by iconic Italian design over the centuries culminating in a cross section between the modern, bold, sleek Italian designs from the 70s juxtaposed against a quieter style of 19th century Italian residential classicism. This is best exemplified by the black and white geometric floor pattern against a backdrop of Italian marble and white Venetian plaster walls with pops of blue accents throughout.
The restaurant area is made up of many moments including a massive central table with a blue granite top that serves as a buffet station during breakfast and transforms to a communal table for dinner service. The color palette in the bar skews a bit warmer featuring walnut throughout but still has its own personality with the insertion of mid-century modern furniture which adds an eclectic flair.
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