Undulating branches emerge from the centre of the modern dining tables at this Swiss natural foods restaurant designed by Ippolito Fleitz Group. We fell in love with the super creative design of these tables and that’s why we will show you some images of this restaurant today. The restaurant is called not guilty, it is located in Zurich and it was designed by the German Ippolito Fleitz Group. Be ready to get inspired!
From the outside, you can already take a glimpse into the amazing modern dining tables that belong to this restaurant of natural food. One might even want to enter only to see it’s amazing interior design.
The Not Guilty restaurant features a canopy of white lacquered steel pipes that poke up through a canopy of ribbons. “The meandering branches of the trees create a focal point from outside the restaurant, drawing one’s gaze from the street through the elongated floor plan,” the architects explain.
Diagonally and vertically strung twine in varying thicknesses is installed on the walls above the tables to the rear of the restaurant.
“The woven pattern on the walls was created from dark and light coloured henna twine, backlit with cove lighting built into the supporting frame,” said the designers.
But even from outside, the guests are invited simply to join the other guests at the long, central, high table canopied by the meandering, white lacquered branches of floor to ceiling trees.
Monochrome illustrations feature on the opposite wall in white frames against pink-coloured surfaces.
This is the third branch of the Not Guilty restaurant chain to open in Zurich. The first two were also designed by the Ippolito Fleitz Group.
At the front of the store, drinks and other products are displayed in alcoves. A large extractor fan is encased in glass and positioned in between the salad bar and the dining area.