Dezeen’s top 10 restaurant and bar interiors of 2022

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Dezeen’s top 10 restaurant and bar interiors of 2022

For the latest roundup in Dezeen’s 2022 overview, we’ve selected 10 restaurant and bar interiors published this year, including a seaside cocktail bar in Italy and a space-themed cafe in South Korea.

This year’s roundup 0f restaurant and bar interiors also includes a European-influenced eatery in a palatial hotel in Salt Lake City, a bar with floors designed to resemble the flooded streets of Venice and a monochromatic Chinese restaurant.

Read on for 10 restaurants and bars we covered in 2022:

Photo by Edmund Dabney

Sketch, UK, by Yinka Shonibare and India Mahdavi

Artist Yinka Shonibare and architect India Mahdavi replaced the famous pale pink interior of the London restaurant Sketch with warm, golden yellow and textured materials.

“I didn’t want everyone to ask me what the new color is at the gallery, so I really worked on textures and materials that evoke the richness of Africa,” said Mahdavi. “Warmth is the new color at Sketch.”

Learn more about Sketch ›

Laurel Brasserie and Bar by Home Studios
Photo by Brian W Ferry

Laurel Brasserie and Bar, USA, by Home Studios

Designed by Brooklyn-based architecture and interior practice Home Studios, the Laurel Brasserie and Bar is a restaurant in Salt Lake City’s The Grand America Hotel.

Built in a palatial style, the hotel features interiors based on classic European designs. Home Studios has retained the brasserie’s European influences but added a contemporary look, with bold and colorful areas to match family-style dining.

Learn more about Laurel Brasserie and Bar ›

Piada by Masquespacio
Photo by Gregory Abbate

Piada, France, by Masquespacio

Spanish interior design studio Masquespacio used design elements from traditional Italian restaurants to inform the interior of this Italian eatery in the French city of Lyon.

Wooden seats in colors of lilac and nude line the restaurant between wooden tables, chairs and tiled mint green walls and floors.

Learn more about Piada ›

Blueness Restaurant Antwerp by Space Copenhagen
Photo by Peter Paul de Meijer/Eline Willaert

Blueness, Belgium, by Space Copenhagen

In Antwerp, interior design studio Space Copenhagen combined original carved sandstone and marble columns with contemporary Scandinavian furniture to decorate Blueness, a French and Japanese influenced restaurant.

A custom bar made of red walnut wood by Brussels and Antwerp-based design studio Destroyers Builders is placed in the space and paired with brushed steel surfaces, dark wood bar stools and a cast aluminum waiter’s station.

Learn more about Blueness ›

Civico 29 by Gae Avitabile
Photo by Carlo Oriente

Civico 29, Italy, by Gae Avitabile

Ocean blues, wave-like shapes and nautical materials fill the interior of Civico 29, a seaside cocktail bar by architect Gae Avitabile in the seaside town of Sperlonga in Italy.

An aluminum mesh curtain that moves as wind blows through the bar delineates two walls of the space and complements an undulating, blue-to-white gradient bar that references the nearby sea and sits in the center of the space atop dark red -and -white floor tiles.

Learn more about Civico 29 ›

Bao by StuidoAC
Photo by Jeremie Warshafsky Photography

Bao, China, by StuidoAC

Canadian design firm StudioAC used a skewed perspective to draw visitors’ eyes to the open kitchen at the back of this micro-cement-lined Chinese restaurant.

Cubic and rectilinear tables and benches were similarly clad in micro-cement and lined the walls of the restaurant under rows of vertical vinyl blinds that were hidden within bulkheads but visible enough to give a shimmering, shiny appearance.

Learn more about Bao ›

Syrena Irena by Projekt Praga
Photo by PION studio

Syrena Irena, Poland, by Projekt Praga

Syrene Irena bistro is in a 1950s building in the center of Warsaw, designed by Polish architecture firm Projekt Praga, and combines contemporary and mid-century features.

The self-service restaurant uses mid-century design references such as terrazzo-style tables, neon signs and feathered glass jugs to nod to the building’s history as well as the restaurant’s nostalgic menu.

Learn more about Syrena Irena ›

Va Bene Cicchetti bar in Warsaw by Noke Architects with all red interior and turquoise floors
Photo by Piotr Maciaszek

Va Bene Cicchetti, Poland, by Noke Architects

Designed by Polish architecture and design studio Noke Architects, Va Bene Cicchetti is an Italian bar in Warsaw, informed by Venice, serving drinks and small plates.

The bar is accessed via an arched door lined with antique mirrors. Inside, a monolithic, red travertine bar is surrounded by shades of red and gold in a nod to the colors of the Venetian flag. The floors of the bar and the bases of chairs were colored in a sea-like shade of turquoise that aimed to recreate the look of the flooded streets of the Italian archipelago.

Learn more about Va Bene Cicchetti ›

Terra by YOD Group
Photo by Yevhenii Avramenko

Terra, Russia, by YOD Group

Glass bricks, large columns, terracotta tiles and copper colors define this restaurant interior in Vynnyky, Ukraine, designed by YOD Group. Named Terra, the restaurant borrows its color and material palette from the surrounding rolling hills and lake.

“We aimed to extract colors, textures and impressions from the landscape to translate them into the interior design language,” said the studio. “Like the eyedropper tool in Photoshop, but on a real scale, we designed the space to reflect its surroundings.”

Learn more about Terra ›

Sik Mul Sung by Unseenbird
Photo by Yongjoon Choi

Sik Mul Sung, South Korea, by Unseenbird

Sik Mul Sung is a space-age themed cafe in downtown Seoul, South Korea. Designed by South Korean studio Unseenbird, it features sheets of stainless steel wrapped across the walls, tabletops and fixtures.

The metal surfaces are contrasted against a red pebble floor and spatial decorative rocks, while a glass-fronted display case is a focal point at the cafe and is used to grow vegetables in a vertical farming system.

Learn more about Sik Mul Sung ›

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