A narrow alley in Adelaide in Australia which was once a place for garbage cans, today became the home of Pink Moon Saloon - a newly opened bar and restaurant, designed by San-Arc Studio . When the architects were asked to do the restaurant decoration , their task was to create a space that represented a "story from the outside", a childhood memory of good food and camping in the forest.
Restaurant decoration at Adelaide in Australia
The bar-restaurant is separated into two small huts, the first of which houses the bar with a wall of stools. Between the two huts is the courtyard, opposite buildings around. The wall of stools crosses the bar, continuing in the courtyard to the second hut. The other hut houses the restaurant and the dining area.
Modern restaurant decoration in Australia
Throughout these two spaces, designers have tried to use, as much as possible, familiar Australian materials. The structure of the huts is framed with wood and local Australian wood was used as a coating. Excessive use of steel or other virgin materials has been limited as much as possible. Local stone was also used in the decoration project of this modern bar and restaurant.
Modern restaurant decoration with bar
Decoration of the interior of the bar with wood
Deco of the industrial style bar
Interior decoration with wooden coating
Bar with wooden interior and stools wall
Modern bar interior decoration
The wall of stools
Restaurant decoration with benches and wooden tables