Gazal Resto­bar, Farid­abad: Ar. Har­ish Tri­pathi and in­te­rior de­signer Jy­oti Tri­pathi

Con­tem­po­rary dé­cor el­e­ments along with clas­si­cal in­flu­ences de­fine the ar­chi­tec­ture and de­sign of the Gazal Resto­bar de­signed by ar­chi­tect Har­ish Tri­pathi and in­te­rior de­signer Jy­oti D. Tri­pathi

MGS Architecture - - Restaurant Design & Lighting -

The dou­ble height resto­bar has a seat­ing ca­pac­ity of 80, spread over a lower and a mez­za­nine level. The lower level also houses the kitchen, ser­vice counter, and bar. On the mez­za­nine level, the seat­ing in leatherite is in light beige colour, off­set by red and or­ange to bring vi­brancy to the space.

Sub­dued and nat­u­ral colours like wood, beige, off white, and gold, pan­el­ing in fabric, glass films and flo­ral pat­terns, cus­tom-made ta­bles with lam­i­nated tops and SS base, up­hol­stered teak wood chairs, floor­ing of vit­ri­fied tiles and lam­i­nated wood, de­fine the in­te­rior look and feel.

Adding a touch of nos­tal­gia are mir­rors and niches dec­o­rated with orig­i­nal art­work; painted images of the streets of old Delhi high­lighted to es­tab­lish a di­rect vis­ual link to old Delhi and its Mugh­lai food, the sig­na­ture cui­sine of the Gazal Group.

A mix of light­ing lamps add to the am­biance of the place. Cove light­ing has been used through­out the restau­rant, while warm lights high­light the art­work on the walls and other dé­cor el­e­ments, to cre­ate fo­cus points. Spot­lights in the ceil­ing en­hance the per­cep­tion of depth in the in­te­ri­ors, while a clas­sic chan­de­lier brings a touch of tra­di­tion to the other­wise con­tem­po­rary in­te­ri­ors.

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