Project: Zest Restaurant

The new Zest restaurant on Wyndham was another interesting challenge for Design Chamber International, transforming the previously closed space by throwing open the frontage and using eye catching decor, to create an inviting eatery with European street-side appear. DCi incorporated zest being stimulating to the mind and senses into the design. This is shown through the contrast of softs lines of life and striking graphics. The side walls are plaster waves, obliquely lit, with colours that change through the day and provide a soft warm ambience at night. The bold text on white and vibrant...

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Project: Miami Spice

Location: Tsimshatsui, Kowloon Project Details: Based around Steve Raichlin’s “Miami Spice,” this project is a refurbishment of the old “Bull and Bear” in Kowloon. The whole project was fast track being completed in thee weeks including all design documentation and construction. Two new bars were installed and a huge deep curved wall that totally transformed the space making it very welcoming and lively. All existing finishes and furniture was reused as far as possible resulting in an unbelievably low budget. The project was widely published and below are quotes from an article in...

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Project: Koh-i-Noor Restaurant

Location : Cityplaza 2, Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong Project Details: Design Chamber International has over the years designed a number of restaurants in the Koh-i-Noor chain. This particular concept deviated from the traditional approach to the design of an Indian restaurant and was conceived as a modern, open to view space with bold colours and materials. The rear wall was designed as a handcrafted, theatrical backdrop to the diners, using blues, purples, red and gold. The flooring and furniture was deliberately set in contrast to the backdrop with a warm colour palette of timber and an amber...

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