Be Inspired By David Rockwell’s Most Famous Restaurant Design Projects – The Rockwell Group creates the most extraordinary contract and artistic designs all around the world. With global offices to support their far-reaching vision, this interior design studio emphasizes innovation and thought leadership in every project. Crafting a unique and individual narrative concept for each interior design project is the bases of the David Rockwell‘s signature design approach.
David Rockwell is one of the top interior designers and architects in America… The designer founded his remarkable design studio in 1984 and since then it has become one of the ultimate inspirational sources for the world’s interior designers and design lovers. With offices in New York, Madrid and Shanghai, this Design Group specializes their professional range in a wide array of work from luxury hospitality, cultural, and healthcare projects, to educational, product, and set design. David Rockwell‘s design studio has designed some of the hottest places in town, an today the Best Design Projects team is going to tell you more about their most famous restaurant design projects!
Las Vegas Black Tap Restaurant
Located inside of one of the best hotels in Vegas, this contemporary restaurant project designed by the Rockwell Group was created through the combinations of the restaurant’s signature motifs and familiar luncheonette atmosphere with the classic architecture of its location, The Venetian Hotel. W
White glazed subway tiles, custom monochrome flooring, neon signage, and street art-inspired installations add an urban feel. Fueled by childhood nostalgia, Isidori infuses Black Tap’s strictly black and white palette with references to 80s and 90s New York, hip hop, and pop art. Excitement and anticipation build I what you can expect from this creative restaurant project. Its unique perspectives are slowly revealed to guests as they travel through the restaurant.
NYC’s Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge
The Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge is a sprawling collection of lounges with three full bars inspired by classic amusement parks with a modern twist.
The Rockwell Group designers team added some rope details in geometric octagon patterns on the ceiling and buoy-inspired sconces add a nautical influence. Dark grey cement hexagonal floor tile with a custom pattern and a whitewashed wood plank ceiling with plaster and copper drum pendants define the dining room decor.
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-NYC’s Wayan Contemporary Restaurant
A tropical feel permeates this restaurant in Soho owned by Cedric Vongerichten and his wife Ochi. To add a little bit of texture to the project the interior designer decided to add to the bar structure a unique façade created by the combination of unique marble slats in multiple tones with amber glass millwork above and an antique mirror.
The Rockwell Group team gave the existing white brick walls of the narrow, linear space a milky wash, and added wood floors, rustic teak paneling, amber glass, and accents of oxidized copper, batik screens, and authentic carved wood pieces from Indonesia.