In a restaurant the sensory perceptions of the space dominates the level of appeal.
An engaging play of light and shade with a cleverly designed LED lighting pattern enhances the divine experience generated through organic components like Cane and hanging earthen pots. The most important design decision was to use indigenous and local material keeping in mind the local context. Cane sticks closely woven together clad walls and the ceiling wrapping the whole space together. Central seating is enhanced by the ceiling of hanging earthen pots which continue in a flow over the bar section. The odd shape of the establishment was a major challenge while addressing the quality of interior space. Cleverly used mirror behind bar counter and the buffet counter multiples and enhance the interesting angles of space that otherwise would have been eyesore. Flooring is of mirror polished assorted Kotah stone, contrasting with raw texture on walls.