Very often, Indian Regional Cuisine restaurants use Indian motifs and design elements in the décor. Here the attempt is to take out only essential extracts from Indian regional culture and infuse the otherwise contemporary styling with a touch of rural North India. The fusion of earthy and contemporary extends a very different experience for the patrons.
In a restaurant the sensory perceptions of the space dominates the level of appeal.
With simplicity as the primary guiding factor, an earthy look was chosen and relief was given by way of using modern elements like mirror and polished granite. An engaging play of light and shade – with a cleverly designed lighting pattern enhances the divine experience generated through organic components like Cane and hanging earthen pots. The overall experience though quite emotive, showcases North Indian culture and philosophy ingeniously; without compromising on the functional and visual factors.
The most important design decision was to use indigenous and local material keeping in mind the local context. Cane sticks closely woven together clad walls and the ceiling wrapping the whole space together. Cement particleboard used in raw form for the partitions and the walls comes as a rescue element for other wise a monotonous interior. Central seating is enhanced by the ceiling of hanging Kullhads (earthen pots) which continue in a flow over the bar section. Odd angles and the shape of the establishment was a major challenge while addre