Ceiling with an array of computer controlled color-changing light boxes
Ceiling with an array of computer controlled color-changing light boxes

Restaurant Design at Yotel Hotel by Softroom Architects and Rockwell Group

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Restaurant design at Yotel Hotel has a modern style, designed by Softroom and Rockwell Group on June 2011, all of the room of the hotel, especially the restaurant have an excellent decoration with modern touch. The hotel design is inspired by first class airline cabins and first class VIP rooms. The restaurant is the part of public facilities, used for breakfast or take a rest in the day or evening, the floor has a wide range of spaces and facilities to cater to every mood. The hotel have several restaurant design and lounge,  furnished with block-foam ‘Infinity’ seating by Quinze & Milan mimicking giant pieces from the video-game ‘Tetris’, the space can be divided in two by a spectacular and colorful 33-foot chain curtain, whose design by Japanese artist Shinpei Naito.

Restaurant design at Yotel Hotel by Softroom Architects and Rockwell Group
Restaurant design at Yotel Hotel by Softroom Architects and Rockwell Group

The Club Lounge presents a unique concept in transformable hospitality space. Ten private glass-walled cabins on a raised deck surround the main timber floored lounge space. By day the space, lined with banquette seating and HM85 lounge chairs designed by Simon Pengelly and ‘Twist’ tables by PearsonLloyd, can be used for eating and drinking, impromptu meetings or private work.

The restaurant is the part of public facilities, used for breakfast or take a rest in the day or evening
The restaurant is the part of public facilities, used for breakfast or take a rest in the day or evening

On the ceiling, an array of computer controlled color-changing light boxes create a soothing artificial sky by day, or pulsate in time with the music at night. The signature lozenge format of the light boxes is echoed in the bespoke suspended acoustic ceiling ‘clouds’ that help provide a comfortable environment throughout the public space.

Ceiling with an array of computer controlled color-changing light boxes
Ceiling with an array of computer controlled color-changing light boxes
the furniture are inspired from the configuration of a Japanese sumo-wrestling ring
The furniture are inspired from the configuration of a Japanese sumo-wrestling ring

On this restaurant design, While food and drink may be enjoyed by guests throughout Four, the principal dining space, with a menu specially created by acclaimed chef Richard Sandoval, is the 115-seat Dohyo restaurant. Taking inspiration from the configuration of a Japanese sumo-wrestling ring—where a raised central platform is surrounded by spaces for the spectators to watch the match—the Dohyo at YOTEL sports a similarly-sized central stage flanked by banquettes and booths. Diners can take a seat at the ringside, or, thanks to a unique arrangement of sunken communal tables, dine in the Dohyo arena itself.

The Club Lounge presents a unique concept in transformable hospitality space
The Club Lounge presents a unique concept in transformable hospitality space

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