Create something new, while respecting the foundation. With this principle, Tel Aviv born top chef Gal Ben-Moshe’s new restaurant Prism was created by us.
The centerpiece, a counter predominated by solid oak and brass, is flanked by walls, coloured with a matt wash of warm blue-grey tones. In contrast, the concrete floor has a brilliant shine. In front of matching coloured panelling, sits a mustard coloured velvet bench. Like ornaments, the architects skillfully staged an imposing wine cabinet, functional service counters and classic tube lighting from FRAMA, so no further accessories are needed. The warm lighting provides a peaceful and balanced atmosphere. Those looking for refreshment in this feast for the senses should look no further than the washrooms, whose walls surprise with bright pink, blue and red or in brilliant yellow.
TEAM Patrick Batek, Holger Duwe, Philipp Winkler
COMPLETION November 2018
AREA 100 sqm
SCOPE OF WORK LP 1-8
LIGHTING CONCEPT BATEK ARCHITEKTEN
PHOTOGRAPHER Marcus Wend