Society Interiors - - PORTFOLIO -

The Pan-Asian restau­rant Koko, lo­cated in Ka­mala Mills, Lower Parel, of­fers great food against an equally taste­ful back­drop. The in­te­ri­ors are in­fused with dis­tinctly unique el­e­ments right from the Jaipur-made custom mo­saic oor­ing and a stun­ning fea­ture wall made of Si­porex, wooden blocks and a solid glass block, which have been in­scribed with ab­stract pat­terns, to dra­matic blood-red PU lac­quer cof­fee ta­bles or the larger-than-life yel­low vel­vet wing­back chairs in the din­ing area, ev­ery el­e­ment oozes with an im­itable sense of style.

The high­light of this space is the 100-foot-long island bar, which is de­signed us­ing lo­cally sourced wood. The bar counter has ab­stract, uidly formed resin-lled crevices that give it a dis­tinc­tive tex­ture. Ev­ery cor­ner of the restau­rant is an in­spir­ing ex­pe­ri­ence in it­self. Koko isn’t just a restau­rant; it is a trans­for­ma­tive din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from India

© PressReader. All rights reserved.