publication date Apr 27, 2015
publication description Restaurant India
publication title How Traditional Design Is Being Replaced By Industrial Aesthetics In Restaurants
publication description How Traditional Design Is Being Replaced By Industrial Aesthetics In Restaurants
The Upscale Restaurant Designs Emphasise On Texture More Than Colour These Days In Interiors For Their Exposed Brick Walls.
“Design must reflect the practical and aesthetic in business but above all… good design must primarily serve people” – Thomas J. Watson
The restaurant design patterns are changing with time as contemporary urban designers realise this purpose of design more than ever and are innovating by the day to simulate the tastes and imagination of customers.
The décor of restaurant spaces is fashioned by restaurant designers such that it compels the customers to revisit and stay long for these experiences. From the rustic, raw and authentic looks to the shift in textures mark the trending of industrial design and style in interior design industry at restaurants.
The industrial designs tend to impact the visual strongly and aid in the farm-to-table experience for the customers. Be it the purposely created dents or the natural look of wood-work and metal-work or the high-spaced ceilings with exposed beams or the historical brick-work; a host of spectrum of design elements such as adopting industrial lighting, exposed plaster, reclaimed timbers and glazed brick tiles have made it in the trending-now list of top-notch designers. These design elements which take you to timeless spaces or futuristic experiences are in vogue.
The upscale restaurant designs emphasise on texture more than colour these days in interiors for their exposed brick walls. Great attention is given to materials in their natural forms creating nostalgic or timeless experiences for the customer. Exposed brick work walls mark the beginning for an artisan aesthetic experience from where the rest of the interior space can be maneuvered.
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