The New Design Project By Yonca Sirmen – The Chef’s Bistro is the first nominee of the biggest design contest, the Covet International Awards. If you an interior design project, that elevates design and craftsmanship, you can still apply until the 15th of December of 2018… What are you waiting for?
The Chef’s Bistro is an Italian Cuisine restaurant designed at the beginning of 2018, by the Turkish interior architecture firm Yonca Sirmen, located in Favoritenstraße 79, Vienna, Austria. The target market for this design project was generation X and Y. The design concept gives a feeling of being in the same location for many years with the use of a combination of many materials and design elements.
Having over more than 20 years of interior design experience, the Yonca Sirmen firm have multiples architectural design services including project management, construction coordination, space planning, project scheduling, and construction documents. This Turkish architecture company is specialized in the coordination and supervision of Entertainment, Commercial, Retail and Hospitality Interior Architectural projects, especially on the on Istanbul based projects.
On the project, the acoustic tiles were provided by ‘FELTOUCH’. These add a 3D effect to the room that goes well with the contemporary style. All metal and wood furniture were custom-designed by Yonca Sirmen Interior Architecture and hand-made in Turkey. TWINS LIGHTING’ has manufactured all the metal work used on walls for 3Ddepth, furniture metalwork, and custom lightings. Custom Metal 3D panels were used to cover the bar facade and some columns also providing a storage area. Let’s take a look:
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The spot Lighting was created by ‘NASA LIGHTING’ with 2700Kelvin bulbs which is very important in restaurant design. ’DOGA DECORATION’ has manufactured all the custom wood furniture. Chef’s Bistro Logo was designed by Yonca Sirmne’s but the head of the chef was designed and manufactured ‘BY PROJECT FACTORY’. Original black and white photographs were taken by ‘HAKAN BIYIKLIOGLU’. Wall and floor tiles were selected mainly from ‘APARICI’.