Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Between the old and new

The challenge for the architects of the study Aidlin Darling Design in designing the interior design of Wexler’s Restaurant in San Francisco, was to create some continuity between the historical age of the building and its exterior facade, and the modern connotation of the restaurant inside. The link between old and new, has been developed and solved by the designers in the form of a very special ceiling, which gives character to the whole environment: it is a composition in laser cut MDF and painted in black, from external penthouse spreads to the heart from inside the room. The color and sinuous lines of this installation they want to be evocative of smoke and charred wood, typical of the ovens used to be.

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