In the VIP area of the Park Land restaurant you can hold a meeting, a mini dinner, or other events. A sense of something native, familiar, and fresh is created by the fusion of current and old features. A stone slab and wooden panels are examples of natural elements that bring to the environment's naturalness.
One of the most striking accents is the stone slab, which, like a painting, hangs on the wall decorated with brass tubes, against which the stone seems more structured. One of the walls is decorated with wood panels, which are arranged in such a way as to visually create the effect of depth and extra space.
The ceiling deserves particular attention because we faced a non-trivial task, whose optimal solution couldn’t find several other designers who created the interior before us. The metal roof structures, which needed to be built in, complicated the ceiling. The easiest way is to hide them under a suspended ceiling, but then we would lose the height of the room. To remedy this, we used architectural knowledge to align the trusses with white material and add wooden beams. Therefore, we got an open-style ceiling, but stylized according to the inside. This creates the effect of staying in a country house, not in a restaurant, which makes it even more comfortable.
Among other issues is a semicircular window that does not fit the general design of the room. We followed a simple and efficient path and hid it behind the tulle.
As a result, we’ve created a room where customers can feel like they are in the living room at home: meet friends, and business partners or hold a small event of the desired format.