Incredible restaurant design dining room ideas from KITZIG Interior Design.
Olaf Kitzig is an Interior Design from Lippstadt, in Germany. On 26th August 1998, he has founded the company KITZIG INTERIOR DESIGN. Kitzig Interior Design has been successfully realizing a variety of projects for 17 years. The core competence of Olaf Kitzig and his co-workers’ lies in the area of the Hospitality Design. His strong team, consisting of interior decorators, architects, designers and graphic artists look after objects inland and overseas.
If you need some design inspiration, we give you the top 5 dining room ideas from KITZIG Interior Design.
Mercure Dortmund Bar
The new Mercure concept “Relax” gives the guest a home feeling.
Café Kakadu, Tierpark Berlin
Incredible nature and spring design. Thecafé in the Tierpark Berlin was equipped with tiles by the artist Lothar Scholz in 1985/86. Inspired by the depiction of the exotic birds and tropical landscapes on the front wall, a walk-through bird house emerges. A lighted bird swarm hovers through the room, palm motifs printed on fabric and leather, fresh green and aviary lights form the design frame of the café. The bright and fresh materials exude the summer warmth of a winter garden, which is happy all year round.
Unique atmosphere with elements from Industrial chic, combined with natural materials, oak, slate, marble, leather invites to linger after dinner in a cozy ambiance.
Piano Bar, GOP Bonn
The piano bar at the GOP Bonn, an impressive bar with a welcoming atmosphere, cozy sofas and cozy armchairs, high tables, and bar stools, depending on the mood. Directly on the piano, one can experience the art of the pianist at first hand while enjoying his champagne.
Restaurant Patagona, Tierpark Berlin
Marché Mövenpick restaurant is designed as a color-filled world with a lush market square and typical Patagonia patterns and materials. The small outlook on the open air of the llamas and Alpaccas underlines the special flair of new fixtures and old design elements of the existing building. The variety of graphic images and the powerful colors express the cheerful feeling of life and the desire for improvisation.