India Mahdavi’s element is colour and the Irano-Egyptian designer applies it to her projects in the most proper way. The bars and restaurants she has designed are unique, happy and memorable. Let’s take a look at the small diamonds she was spread all over the world.
At the Connaught
In the heart of London lies the bar ‘At the Connaught’ with the comfortable, grand armchairs and the thick carpets that create a true essence of prestige and inspiration.
Two fierce colours, blue and red, come in contrast in this dining room that screams elegance and creativity.
Well, this is certainly something peculiar. Germain Paradisio is the place to be for a more underground experience in dark, but happy, touches. This place feels like you are into the ocean, but with vivid flowers and animals all around you.
India Mahdavi’s projects always offer something new and out of the ordinary. Germain is the absolute proof of this concept and by using noteworthy, giant body features in random spots inside the dining area, she definitely breaks any rule of standard design.
I love Paris by guy martin
Born in Paris, the exclusive designer would not be able to resist creating another wonderful, small dining area.
Playing with a variety of pale hues, the Jean-François piège became an immediate hit the moment it opened and people embraced it from the very first moment for its calm vibe.
In the particular restaurant, Mahdavi decided to play with the pink and light green hues on the furniture and to place flower-shaped wall lamps all over the space. Also, the refined fabrics she has used provide a cosy and sweet sense to every client.
Ladurée quai des bergues
Purple and dark green hues were her inspiration for this, more serious and fierce, bar-restaurant, which without any doubt, looks absolutely stunning.
The gallery at sketch
Sweet, candy pink is the protagonist in this impressive restaurant and accompanied by numerous wall posters with a variety of sketches, this modern dining design has impressed hundreds of visitors.