Jonathan's Kitchen and Komatose
Restaurant and club
The design of the restaurant and night club draws its inspiration from the rugged and rustic yet picturesque landscape on the outskirts of city of Hyderabad, India. The distressed look of the restaurant and the night club not only resonates the theme of the club but also imbibes the spirit and freshness of nature.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The design explores the possibility of engaging sophisticated crafts people like masons, metal fabricators to create spaces which could engage people through its spatial and tactile quality. Both the spaces have a distinct spatial quality, achieved by a controlled juxtaposition of materials and articulation of the the envelopes defining these spaces. The rugged textured surface of lime yellow color slate and articulated brick wall has been complimented with relatively plain grey bison board
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Project started in March 2014 and finished in February 2015, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Wire cut brick walls, Lime yellow Slate called Shahbad stone for cladding , granite stone and teakwood flooring, cement rendered bar counter, Expanded sheet metal paneling, Hot rolled sheet for light fittings
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
The site is 16.76 m wide, 26.2 m long and 5.8 m tall space on the ground level and is a part of a hotel building. The space has been sublet to the client who runs a chain of restaurant in other cities in India. The space was divided into 3 distinct zone - a 28 sqm of entrance foyer flanked by a curved brick wall partition enclosing the 186smt of night club (including 46.45 sqm of mezzanine) and 316 sqm of restaurant space. Both these spaces are supported by BOH/ Kitchen of 218 sqm of area.
Bricks , hot rolled sheet, craftsmanship, Stone, natural
The design explores the possibility of engaging sophisticated crafts people like masons, metal fabricators to create spaces which could engage people through its spatial and tactile quality.
Segregation of the two spaces without bringing in too many materials and yet retain their individuality.
TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Pramod Jaiswal , Divya Ethirajan, Shajil V P, Ajay Jayaraj
Photographer / Harsh Sharma and Pramod Jaiswal