When you enter in this awe-inspiring restaurant you can notice the cash counter topped up with rustic metal plate and wooden planks on the base giving a rustic touch on the counter part. On the background of the cash counter iwe have designed using natural slate tiles along with grid of wooden patti.
This is the perfect example for the combination of the rustic theme and greenery, which we constructed in different layers starting with metal grid as a base of the design added up with m/s jail in the second level, natural ply and box coming on the third level and lastly for a natural touch we summed up with plantation in the ply box.
The ceiling of this area was a challenging task as we were not willing to reduce the height while ceiling was a must for us. So taking an inspiration from ‘Spider’s Web’ we planned of using fabric as a material for it and then we created this appealing ceiling design for banquet area.
Tree is one of the main element of nature while in some tradition it may be compared as family tree and we were tempted to import the same in our ceiling design. The idea was further merged up by using m/s pipes and light fixtures which we named as ‘Rustic Tree’.
Sizzling bite wall
This wall is designed with expose plaster on the wall and further made more attractive by using a self-designed box lights. There was this other light used in a creative pattern using m/s pipe which was made hanging by fixing it on the wall. The other element used on this area was sketching which was inspired by the spicy dishes of the restaurant.
Coming up with a creative idea of using plumbing piles combined it with bulb and used the same as wall light for the entry justifying the adopted theme.
Checkered sheet which is having a long life and also corrosion-free is one of the element used as the flooring in the party hall to justify the theme and to divide the space with in the defined area. The design on the sheet can help in good foot grip for the people dancing and enjoying in party hall.
Large old school bulbs are used in different parts of restaurant to connect the whole atmosphere to nature showing earthy colours, which produce warm and cosy aesthetics.
The painting that is scrabbled up on the kitchen wall is done for a purpose. Open kitchen was not possible so we painted the shadows of these three cunning and hardworking chefs cooking just behind the kitchen wall giving a thoughtful sense to the viewer.
Mock tail table
The counter was designed in the open dining area. When it comes to open area ‘Pergola’ is a structure that upgrade the whole look of exterior area. So, we took the inspiration from this and designed the mock tail counter in pergola pattern. Designed by using expose plaster with matt granite on the top and m/s pipe used to create back and ceiling for the counter. Using artificial plant we added the natural touch to it.
The wall was created with a purpose to close a section after filling that area we thought of using the same. The area was designed in such a way which appeared broken when viewed and we placed the logo of our restaurant at the centre.
To define the rustic theme this is the material used up in various sections of the restaurant
Rough brick is the main element of this theme which you can observe in the entry of the restaurant.
The light that we have self-designed for just decorative purpose on the wall taking inspiration from twinkling stars just like a block of stars in the grey sky.
PROJECT NAME Sizzling bite
CHEIF DESIGNER Tejas Mistry
FIRM NAME The Interior WORKSHOP
TEAM MEMBERS Kalpesh Chotaliya, Piyush Pancholi
CARPET AREA 6640 sq ft
PROJECT COST 43.5 lakh
PROJECT LOCATION Surat, Gujarat, India
PROJECT COMPLETION YEAR 2016