Three Buns restaurant is an new meat restaurant in Jakarta that caught my attention. It has something tropical and relaxing, like a shelter from the heat of the town, where you can eat amazing burgers as it’s said! Who wants more?? Like a giant greenhouse you have the impression to be in a cool, contemporary oasis where nature climbs over furniture and brings the outdoors in. What I like the most is the amphitheatrical position of seatings where you have full visibility of the kitchen at work and the whole restaurant. Also there is a self-service kiosk which makes the atmosphere more playful and relaxed.
Furniture with minimalist structure, japan style we could say, such as the bar and the seatings are combined with pal colours of nature and brightened by some playful, artistic details. One of them is the graffity behind the kitchen, created by some local, depicting a butcher with a bulldog-mascot of the restaurant!
You can see another exotic restaurant here, in Mexico this time!
Do you remember this post about classic stairs? Today I have collected some examples of modern ones. As you can see it’s a completely diferent story! Here, the minimal style prevails, abstraction as a principle and an attemp of managing the structure as an element of beauty. Which one do you like the most?
Elegant iron lines. All I know is that it’s in Portugal. From my archive
elegant curves, strong materials, decorative tiles, a staircase to admire. From my archive
Maxim’s stairs, Paris. Magic!
My blue flamingo loves stairs! Not climbing them. Just watch them. They have something glamorous, especially the curved ones. They can be very artistic and for the designer can be a challenge for creativity. They can also be a great subject for photography and that’s what I’m going to show you today. I will stick in classic style of stairs because here is the magic, and in some next post I will reveal the contemporary magic!
As a matter of fact, stairs are so tiring they should be beautiful!!
Unknown, from my archive
Unknown-from my archive
Impressive, right? From my archive
Geometry wins. From my archive
Nostalgic spiral. From my archive