‘NOT JUST TABLES AND CHAIRS’
‘TO SEE AND BE SEEN’
The idea was to create a world class inspirational cuisine restaurant and bar. Casual yet edgy catering to the well traveled urbanite.
A space permitting a guest various options of indoor, outdoor, semi covered and open to sky seating, well lit, fresh and airy.
‘THE GLASS HOUSE ‘a concrete reality.
The structure using slim columns and beams meant a lot more columns lending a brutal industrial feel, resulting in a composite member being designed with a hollow core to allow for wiring.
The wine wall housing up to 600 bottles was to be a key visual to the dining zone
A well lit day space, essential to lunching in the Garden City of Bangalore, gradually transforming to a more formal diner in the evening.
A non- pretentious place using everyday building materials sensitively, results in an economic yet robust and easy to maintain space. The use of steel, concrete and glass otherwise generally ‘Cold’ materials along with creative lighting, manage to lend a soft warmth to the space.