Vapour (Restaurant) by Devesh Pratyay
2017 - 2018, Golden A' Hospitality, Recreation, Travel and Tourism Design Award Winner
Terrace spaces with open views on all sides form the inspiration for this design. The entire layout is done to maximize the views outside. From each table the city view is visible. The main hall was purposely constructed with a large height to provide a feel of a larger space.The upper deck is further elevated to enhance the views.
A space stretching out onto a larger terrace on the 15th floor not only provides great views of the city but is also a unique experience to dine-in. With an extensive terrace the enclosed space becomes equally charming. The project has been designed to enter a huge space that keeps subdividing itself into smaller space that provides a unique feature to this place. The Main entry features sculptures of workmen on a beam eating and drinking in their lunch time. The sculptures are created and paced here to set up a mood of casual and informal dining.
Design Challenges
The most relevant creative challenge was to keep the large volume present by a high ceiling of the interior space intact and use the same to provide a non imposing and airy feel to the entire space.
Production Technology
The flooring is done in vitrified tiles, while the walls are cladded with fly ash bricks and left as it is with its texture. The fly ash bricks finished with a coat of lacquer to maintain hygiene. The ceiling has been done in graphic boards hung from the true slab that is left exposed with all services in its natural concrete finish.
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