Design Trade

Design Trade featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

The Beercafe

Beer cafe, based on the concept of a library, takes its inspiration form old dungeons where where books are showcased as treasures from the past. From a life that is is moving fast into an online world, books have become a redundant commodity today. This cafe is here to reignite the love of reading a book again in its physical form as a cross function restaurant.

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Adda gastropub

Adda, in hindi means a place to gather and hang out. A unique place to hang out and be together is offered here. With two sprawling terraces and an enclosed space, that together form a single unitary space inter flowing into each other, completely connected but yet so distinct in characters. Adda is space for highway travelers to take a break from the long journeys and enjoy some food and fresh beer.

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Desert Resort

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Pallet restaurant

Pallet is a micro brewery that was designed with the thought that interiors need to stay fresh and appealing with the future trends in design. Unconventional use of recycled wooden pallets for the interior decor is the highlight of this restaurant. It portrays the design philosophy of repetition of a module to generate patterns and textures. Grey tone of raw concrete finish on walls and floor complement the wood on vertical planes and ceiling. Designers have used the blend of raw materials and contemporary straight lines that gives it an international look and attract clientele around world

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Yanlan

Located in Meitan, Guizhou, Yanlan Resort Hotel is transformed from a dozen of dilapidated farmhouses scattered in a natural village. The hotel lies deep in the beautiful mountains and waters in northern Guizhou. The project begins with the transformation of the old peasant house, sorts the space between the houses and demolishes and expanding some old houses into restaurants and venues for the gatherings of the guests.

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Phili Regency

The designer chooses glass as the key material for façade of the basement to let the natural light go into the interior space directly through glass. This design realizes good lighting and solves the problem of lighting shortage in the basement. The design also breaks the boundary of interior and exterior space to realize blending and interaction of interior and exterior space and a transparent visual experience for residents.

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