SkB Architects Have Designed The Interior Of A New Southeast Asian Restaurant Near Seattle, Washington

The bar in this modern restaurant appears to be set into a curved niche, that's been finished with silver leaf squares, creating a luxurious, subtly reflective backdrop. #ModernBar #RestaurantDesign

 

Seattle-based firm SkB Architects have recently completed the interior design for ‘Wild Ginger‘, an established Southeast Asian restaurant that moved to a new location in Bellevue, Washington.

The redesign, which includes a visual rebrand by Hornall Anderson, aimed to create a more intimate experience as well as satisfying the increased interest in happy hour culture.

 

Seattle-based firm SkB Architects have recently completed the interior design for 'Wild Ginger', an established Southeast Asian restaurant that moved to a new location in Bellevue, Washington.


Stepping inside, diners are presented with a luminescent bar and lounge. The bar appears to be set into a curved niche, that’s been finished with silver leaf squares, creating a luxurious, subtly reflective backdrop.


The bar in this modern restaurant appears to be set into a curved niche, that's been finished with silver leaf squares, creating a luxurious, subtly reflective backdrop. #ModernBar #RestaurantDesign


The bar top is made of polished teak, while custom-designed lights recall traditional woven fishing baskets.


The bar top in this modern restaurant is made of polished teak, while custom-designed lights recall traditional woven fishing baskets. #WoodBarTop #TeakBar


At the end of the bar and lounge area, there’s the restaurant. Slatted teak screens separate booths that line both sides of the dining area, while a single row of tables through the center of the space can be arranged to accommodate small groups or aligned to make one long table for a single group.


Slatted teak screens separate booths that line both sides of the dining area in this modern restaurant. #RestaurantDesign #BoothDesign


At the rear of the dining area, there’s a pavilion-like area with custom, sliding wood screens that enable the space to be closed off and used as a private, group dining venue, while lantern-like lighting and murals inspired by aged oriental carpets add to the Southern Asia feeling found throughout the interior.


Lantern-like lighting and murals inspired by aged oriental carpets add to the Southern Asia feeling found throughout the interior of this contemporary restaurant. #RestaurantDesign #

Design: SkB Architects | General Contractor: GLY Construction, Inc

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