Hospitality design projects are absolutely incredible and unbelievable. They give us a sensory experience and give a special taste to every meal. After the holidays, Modern Chairs shares this amazing projects for you to start thinking about your next ones.
Le Pain Français by Stylt Trampoli AB Gothenburg, Sweden. The slightly over-the-top and eclectic interior decor of this restaurant can take us back to the days of Jules Verne and Gustave Eiffel. This was the first Stylt Trampoli’s project that BRABBU was a part of. KOI modern round coffee table was the selected piece for its magical lighting mutations revealed by the brass surface, combined with the glass top.
Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten, Germany. Every room was carefully designed with contemporary furnishings, comfortable living spaces and bright, modern bathrooms. Art enthusiasts will appreciate the beautiful canvases displayed in each room, featuring copies of works that can be found in the Pinakothek Munich. The pieces have been selected from the House of Wittelsbach’s private art collection, and produced exclusively for the hotel. The upholstered chair on the lower right corner is Nº20 armchair.
While White Lyan is known for not using ice or perishables, the cocktail menu at South Bank’s Dandelyan is inspired by botany, launching a brand new list this month exploring flavours such as pine, birch and oak.
Restaurant interior design by Tom Dixon.
Pompstation Restaurant in East Amsterdam. Playing jazzy and funky live music in the weekends and serving tasty steaks matched with stunning wines, Pompstation Restaurant is an amazing hotspot.
ABConcept designed this incredible restaurant interior with upholstered dining chairs.
Modern living room chairs are the right choice for hospitality projects, like hotel lobbies.