One of the latest collaborations by architectural firm Renesa demonstrates the successful marriage of teak wood and rose gold accents. A little-known combination that is slowly starting to gain the sympathies of interior designers around the world. Bringing a sophisticated touch to the space, these elements are invited to a super refined restaurant called "Together at 12th" located in the city of Gurugram, India. Deavita.fr offers you to immerse yourself in its friendly atmosphere where designer furniture, trendy lighting, green plants and more prevail.
Teak wood cladding and designer lights in rose gold
The aesthetic combination of teak wood and rose gold accents is the highlight of the interior of "Together at 12th" and contributes to the refined yet friendly atmosphere, which was indeed the goal. architects. What is more, they opted for locally sourced materials in order to give an authentic natural and timeless character to the space.
A luxury material appreciated for its extreme resistance and being in contrast to Dholpur stone, teak wood creates a nice effect by contrasting with the textures of the ceiling and the floor while visually softening the minimalist and elegant atmosphere. Sleek wooden trellises offer a true symphony of vertical and horizontal arrangements being in full harmony with the designer lighting in rose gold, specially designed to adapt to different areas of the restaurant.
As the restaurant is located at 12 th floor of the hotel "Le Meridien", the architects also had to think of a solution to limit noise so as not to hinder customers from the building. They therefore relied on local materials acting as sound absorbers while also contributing to the aesthetic and organic structure of the space. In addition, the addition of exposed concrete on one of the walls creates a feeling of continuity and harmony.
Large floor-to-ceiling windows let light into the interior to naturally illuminate it while emphasizing the teak wood surfaces as well as the designer light fixtures in rose gold.
* Design by: Renesa architecture design interiors studio