And now a post about interiors for a change. This time, a restaurant which has just gone through complete renovations recently: Vis aan de Schelde, in Amsterdam. I have spotted it in my fave decoration and interior magazines: More than Classic and Eigen Huis & Interieur at my local library this month. Studio Molen and Studio Modijefsky are responsible for the brand new interior where the main theme - fish - is very present: on china and on the walls.
The walls are covered with tiles, exclusively made for the restaurant by Harlinger Aardewerk en Tegelfabriek. Theres is everywhere an industrial/nautical atmosphere.
The wood on the wall seems to me to be de fish bone pattern, rather common on floors than on walls. I like to see it employed on a wall, though.
Just like my previous post about Tjep projects for restaurants Fabbrica, this post was supposed to be about admiring Dutch design/interiors only. But I cannot resist posting the following pics as well... Mouth watering !!
Well, that is it for a short design entry. I love posting here about pretty Dutch design (and all things genuinely Dutch, of course). After blogging about this restaurant interior I want so much to go for a visit. That wouldn't be difficult, once it is located in Amsterdam. Maybe for my b'day in May ? Fish and fruit de mer meals make my heart beat harder. As soon as I go there, I shall write a food review (and take my own pics) - and will let you know what I found about it !
All pictures are, of course, from the restaurant website.
Info in English go to: www.visaandeschelde.nl/eng/