When the sparkling wine is already poured into the glass, you can hear how bubbles form and even appreciate their subtlety, which already says a lot about the qualities of the wine. ZIKZAK Architects tried to convey the whole atmosphere of sparkling wine in the design of the Riga restaurant. Once inside, guests enter an elegant and sophisticated world inspired by the aesthetics of the 60s.
ZIKZAK Architects designers have transformed the restaurant’s space into a multi-textured landscape of dreams, combined with cream and green tones, brass fittings and marble surfaces. Pleasant combinations of pastel colors, subtle taste of the neighborhood of designer furniture, decor, textiles and infantile art objects.
In addition, a large amount of brass and natural materials. An additional play of textures is created by combining velvet sofas in the interior. Not without the introduction of modern trends, namely the play of Champagne Rose on the walls and concrete textures on the ceiling.
The restaurant exudes a distinctive vintage charm, courtesy of steel elements and tubular structures thoughtfully integrated into the design. These components not only contribute to the spatial organization but also introduce an enchanting geometric pattern. Notably, the prevalence of vertical lines imparts a visual elevation to the already lofty ceiling, adding an extra layer of aesthetic appeal to the overall ambiance.
The interior embraces the refreshing allure of nature through strategic placement of palm trees and ferns. These verdant elements not only grace the floor but also adorn the walls and suspend gracefully from the ceilings. Their presence saturates the space with a lively freshness, and when the sun filters through the restaurant’s windows, it creates captivating shadows, adding a touch of spectacle to the overall ambiance.