Ar. Kamalroop Singh Maan
Design Team: KR Architecture Studio
Since the early 1990s, there has been a move back to the use of the traditional building and more decorating methods, not only in historic conservation buildings but also for the most modern 'design' hotels.
Natural and sustainable materials are not automatically better for the environment than synthetic materials. It depends on whether there is a sustainable supply of the natural resource, how the raw materials are gathered, processed, and transported; and what missions may be involved.
With a little effort, we found products that are durable, practical, and of good value that will not damage the environment Location: Highest Roof Top in the Area Cuisine: Italian, Mexican, Indian-Punjabi “Design incorporates the planning, drawing, and arrangements of properties, and the design process represents the operationalization of a project from ideas to drawings and reality.”
Conferences, meetings, and events have become an indispensable line of business for hotels. Accordingly, we have a functional and practical lighting scheme in these multifunctional areas, which is essential if people are to use their time as productively as possible.
Dining rooms and bars are particularly sensitive to the interplay of light and shadow. Subtle or dramatic, colorful, bright, or intrigue. By creating the right ambiance, you can cater to different
Recycled materials & lighting
The lighting design process for a restaurant is a complicated exercise. Each space requires special attention and a specific lighting solution, aimed at creating maximum comfort and emphasizing the beauty of the architecture and its interior design.
Particularly suitable for Bar, Bar areas made from recycled pipes are even stronger and are an attractive way of helping to keep pipes out of the landfill. We have a matt surface (commonly associated with recycled pipes) or a polished finish and are available in transparent or opaque forms and a wide variety of colors and sizes. They are low maintenance and require only dusting occasionally with alcohol-free agents. The potential for using recycled materials for wall coverings is almost infinite Loud Music accompanied with color-changing LED for the public gatherings is played in the bar to make the environment engaging. Its cafe walls are covered with Mandala Art Paintings, the restaurant walls are composed of recycled wood and fiber chips in a resin base, and the tiles are made from recycled glass bottles. They are also covered with Italian Staco Paint We have used Stone, wood, cork, and linoleum as the flooring options, which are low maintenance options.
Inside, the walls are covered in custom-made aluminum paneling to add texture with a material palette of grey paint, wood and patterned tiles create a neutral backdrop for the variety of greenery. To compensate for the lack of natural light towards the back of the space, we also added a grid of LED lights across the ceiling. Most of the furniture is a custom design and handmade at the site by local carpenters except the chairs. The building is separated from the pavement outside by a low concrete wall. Planters built into the walls create a more welcoming entrance that synchronizes with the verdant interior.
Furniture, Fixtures, and Fittings We Chose furnishings made from sustainably harvested sources of wood, which contain solvent-free glues and CFC-free foam for the Shisha House. We Used natural fabrics of wool, eco-certified or organic cotton, linen, silk, or hemp (alone or in blends), and window coverings made from natural materials, wood slats, woven reeds, and grasses. We used inherently flame-retardant materials for upholstery and curtains, which require less fire-proofing treatment than synthetics, which best suits the Shisha House We Avoided nickel and chrome; leather treated with chrome; paints; varnish, and glue containing nonylphenol