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Aquavit, London, designed by Martin Brudnizki, photograph by James McDonald

Here at BLANC. we love nothing more than going to diner at a glamourous restaurant and for us, the décor is as important as the food! The transient nature of restaurants allows exciting and experimental interior design. Luxurious finishes, statement art and good food, it doesn’t get better than that!

Today BLANC. is going share with you our TOP 5 Best Restaurant designs from around the world.

Good restaurant design is about achieving equilibrium between the food, service and design – in effect, telling a complete story – David Rockwell, American architect and designer

1. Logomo Café, Turku Finland

Logomo is a collaboration between Finnish furniture designer and manufacturer Artek and German artist Tobias Rehberger.

Why BLANC. Loves it – The graphic black and white theme is strong and crisp, reminiscent of bold 60’s design.

Photography by Bo Stranden – Logomo Café Turkey

2. Sexy Fish, London

Designed by Martin Brudnizki and decorated with art by Damien Hirst and Frank Gehry.

Why BLANC. Loves it – Of course, the name!.. and the mid-century glamour that fills the rooms.

Sexy Fish London, Martin Brudnizki, Photography James Mc Donald

3. Ammo Restaurant, Hong Kong

Designed by Joyce Wang the restaurant is set on the site of a former 19th Century explosives compound.

Why BLANC. Loves it – The use of copper throughout the restaurant adds a glamourous yet industrial feel as well as giving a nod to the sites military past.

Designed by Joyce Wang, photograph source

4. White Rabbit, Moscow

Joint project of restaurateur Boris Zarkov and chef Vladimir Mukhin, the theme is Alice in wonderland style with white rabbit portraits and and stunning roof top views.

Why BLANC. Loves it – Who doesn’t love rabbits?! The magical theme and plush interior are a fantasy world come true.

Concept of restaurateur Boris Zarkov, photograph source of www.whiterabbitmoscowru

5. The Jane, Antwerp

Designed by Piet Boon and located inside a former chapel, The Jane is a gastronomic restaurant of a vast scale.

Why BLANC. Loves it – The scale of this restaurant is incredible, the huge light fitting is a clever way to lower the ceiling and fill the vast void above the tables

Designed by Piet Boon,Photography source


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