The directionality of Teak Slats embrace the geometry of the Voluminous Skylight.
The interior of the faceted voluminous VIP skylight is a series of slatted 1" oiled teak pieces which accentuate the geometry of the space and provide a warmth and distinct dining area.
A continuation of glass coming down from the Skylight both frame and emphasizes the prominence of the Copper Brewing Tanks
The Retractable Skylight is completely open to allow light and vegetation to pour into the site. The Sandblasted Stainless Steel bar front comes alive with the drama of the shadows cast.
This image shows the interaction & Tension between the Matte Black Screen Wall and the Polished Ash Tile which covers the Pizza Oven and Grill Area
The Lounge is divided with a permeable wall inspired by the art work of the great Josef Albers of the Bauhaus era. The wall allows for light to permeate through into the lounge area and creates the potential for a visual connection between the main area and private lounge.
The austere qualities of the entryway wall is relieved with the delicate mobile-like quality of the Volta Canopy Light fixture.
This drawing depicts the layout of the Faceted Perforated Mirrored Panels that clad the Skylight above the Raised Seating Area. The Perforated Pattern depicts the Vegetation from the nearby famous Lal Bagh Botanical Garden located in the center of Bangalore, India
This image depicts the intricate tile layout that brings to life the interior of the planters with pastel color concrete tile.
Perforated Screen Wall which allows light into the private lounge below.