Find Out Why We Love Industrial Style Restaurants So Much
Industrial design: get to know some of the most inspiring industrial style restaurants from all over the world.
In a week that DelightFULL is celebrating industrial design, we couldn’t let this week finish, without inspiring you with this interior design style. First of all, industrial wasn’t even a style, it was a fact of workaday life. However, everyone started to appreciate the visual appeal of industrial decor, and today this is one of our favorite styles ever. Today we bring you 5 industrial style restaurants so, get ready and just keep scrolling!
Copine is a surprising industrial designrestaurant owned by the renowned Chef Shaun McCrain and general manager, Jill Kinney. A sideboard crafted from a long slab of live-edge elm, decorated with an American desert inspired element, was the chosen element to divide the dining areafrom the bar area. It links the light tones of the wooden bars on the ceiling and complements the darker finishes of the bar counter and the dining furniture.
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Ike pendant lampadds a modern yet industrial feelto any space. This hanging ceiling pendantcan be done in different shapes and dimensions, allowing you to personalized lighting ambiance and mood. Handmade in brass and aluminum, the glossy black finish and the copper accent deliver the perfect look. This copper pendant light is ideal for industrial kitchens,dining rooms, restaurants, and bars. Therefore, Ike fits practically in every style, due to its sleek shape and minimalist design.
The best part of this restaurant is the greenery-themed decor, that serves as a lush backdrop for everything from the green glazed, ceramic subway tiles covering some of the walls, to the exotic plant mural, and the abundant potted vegetation throughout the space. Vino Veritas combines the clean light virtues of Norwegian interiors and the more traditional, vibrant and colorful materials found in Andalusia. The Spanish creative studio Masquespacio concentrated on highlighting the key qualities of both cultures. The industrial lighting designs provide the ultimate touch.
Inspired by a vintage menu dating back to 15th December 1900, Brasserie Champeaux was conceived by Alain Ducasse – renowned French chef boasting 19 Michelin stars – and Olivier Maurey – creator of the restaurant Mini Palais and other Parisian coveted gathering places. An impressive feature in the restaurant is the striking set of custom-made tubular, glass and copper light fixtures hanging from the ceiling just below the piping ducts.
This dazzlingindustrial style restaurant in Copenhagen is called 108. The restaurant is a culinary spin-off of Redzepi’s acclaimed NOMA, which has dominated the global restaurant rankings for many years. However, 108 surprises almost exactly as much as is needed to avoid disrupting the comfort that its lineage inspires.