*Written by Daniela Tedim
In the center of Bucharest at Kane World Food Studio, there’s an industrial style restaurant designed by local architect Bogdan Ciocodeica has a dazzling interior decor that really caught our eye. The 180 square meter space comfortably seats up to seventy-four patrons and aims to offer them an unforgettable experience from the moment that they step foot through its glass doorways.
The best part of this restaurant is the greenery-themed decor, that serves as a lush backdrop for everything from the green glazed, ceramic subway tiles covering some of the walls, to the exotic plant mural, and the abundant potted vegetation throughout the space.
The bar features a white marble bar that faces the entrance and reflects the urban environment among the glasses and bottles displayed on its see-through shelving.
The seating is organized in sections throughout the open plan restaurant. Some of these sections are more intimate than others while the center of the restaurant boasts large, wood tables for larger parties. Other seating offerings such as the banquet seating which stretches underneath the wall with the tropical wallpaper, the comfortable leather sofa arrangement, or the more intimate tables for two beside the wide windows lend themselves to private tête–à–tête’s.
The industrial ceiling with a rich, deep green tone and the furniture pieces and accessory items designed by well-known creators such as Normann Copenhagen, HK Living and Bolia, among others, keep Kane World Food Studio grounded enough in its urban location so as to not totally confuse people as to their physical location on the map.
As the designer describes it, “The space is designed as an urban oasis, a lush jungle enclosed in a concrete and steel frame.”
All in all, the décor atmosphere and the culinary offerings go perfectly hand-in-hand, complementing and enhancing each other so as to create an experience for all the senses.
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