Greek architect Minas Kosmidis has sent us images of the Farma Kreaton restaurant in Komotini, Greece.
Restaurant “farma kreaton” is located at the back yard of a two-storey building at the centre of Komotini in Greece, and is the direct extension of the “FABRICA KREATON” restaurant.
The main goal of this project was the creation of a scenic that brings to mind an actual farm. At this particular farm the imaginary, which is represented by the fairy-like digital printings, and the real, which is represented by the users-clients, co-exist. The “farma” abounds with elements such as forms of the domestic animals, materials in their initial form, proximity and comfort, with apparent features from the countryside ecologically approached.
The façade of the restaurant-bench of the farm-is decorated with piles of straws and colorful blossoms placed into tin boxes. Entering the restaurant two friendly cows welcome us in their farm and lead us to the main roofless corridor. Here the barrels from the cellar play the role of the chairs and tables, while metal tanks hanging upside down illuminate the corridor. On the right and left side of the restaurant have been constructed two separate roofed areas with big tables and long benches with a view at the meadow and the stores, where proud horses stick up from their barns and kind sheep tour us around the “farma”. What’s more at the end of the main corridor there is the imposing coop, which houses a big dining table apart from the hens and their nests.
Project: Farma Kreaton Restaurant
Place: Andrianoupoleos 4, Komotini, Greece,
Design: Minas Kosmidis (architecture In Concept)
Photoshooting: Studiovd, N.vavdinoudis – Ch.dimitriou
Graphics: Yannis Tokalatsidis
Lighting Design: Minas Kosmidis