Luxe neutral detailing for Hyderabad retail and diner
Counter & Refrigeration: Climaire Inc.
New Delhi-based I’m D’sign Studio has designed the Almond House Begumpet, an Indian-based restaurant spread over 4000 sq. ft in Hyderabad. The client wanted a space that reflected the brand’s experimental personality to suit the modern demand without compromising on heritage.
The interior color palette is neutral, highlighting the luxe metallic textures reflected by the surface finishing. Aesthetic signage denotes a fluid spatial flow, rhythmic colors and subtle charm. The contemporary color scheme of grey, white and black tones give way to luxury with champagne gold detailing and wooden panels.
The design escorts the diner from the luxury retail zone to the signature dining space featuring marble-clad displays, light wood, rustic terrazzo walls and pristine white flooring. Textures such as the patterned tiles and terrazzo complement the asymmetrical metal stripes that run across the walls and counters. Statement lighting illuminate the space, including chandeliers and queued spotlights, to creates focus zones.
Classical details such as arched partitions, vintage-inspiring tiling and wooden profiles lend an old-world charm. Contemporary designs include waffle-like panels on the walls and food-inspired patterns on the counters. The central dining area becomes a conversation-starter with suspended golden discs reflecting the back-gold seats against a golden backdrop.