This cafe in Chengdu, China is a tribute, a well done tribute, to Wes Anderson’s film The Gran Budapest Hotel. Modern Dining Tables feels the need to share with all the stunning designs that we find and this exclusive design by Melbourne studio Biasol is just incredible. Marble surfaces combined with geometric elevations and pastel hues created an amazing and super trendy dining design.
The Budapest Cafe is located in the Chengdu, capital of China’s Sichuan province, but its owners specifically chose an Australian design studio to create an environment that would appeal to an international audience. Nowadays, interior design is not just a pretty interior, it is also about creating a welcoming atmosphere to everyone.
Pink accents create focal points all across the cafe, forcing the customer to take a look at the entire dining area design and feel the incredible vibe that comes from this project.
The designers based themselves on the memorable and magical words said in Wes Anderson’s film to invite everyone to this cafe, and they tried to create an international appeal to the whole world. White beautiful marble is the material of choice on this design project surrounded by an ice cream color palette.
Vintage and industrial lighting fixtures hung above the marble bar making this room design look confident and powerful. It is obvious that, just like Wes Anderson, Biasol Studio had a lot they wanted to tell the world with this project.
Biasol, headed up by architect Jean-Pierre Biasol, looked to the “vivid and nostalgic colour palettes” seen in movies by American filmmaker Wes Anderson. To achieve this, the designers chose to focus on materials that they described as feminine, which resulted in a palette of light-grey marble surfaces and speckled multi-coloured terrazzo plains, as well as pastel greens and pinks for the walls and furniture on the dining area.
Biasol was founded by Jean-Pierre Biasol in 2012. The multi-disciplinary studio works across interior, product and branding design, and has completed projects in London and Melbourne.
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