Grzywinski+Pons Created Treves & Hyde Restaurant For Eating & Socializing
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Architecture Architecture Mar 30, 2017 02:52 PM EDT
New York-based Grzywinski+Pons once again lend its talent for UK's restaurant industry. This time its Treves & Hyde which received the design firm's brilliant approach to creating functional and stunning architectures.
As stated by Grzywinski+Pons official website, Matthew Grzywinski and Amador Pons pride themselves on the way they build architectures on "quality, beauty, innovation and a rigorous approach to detail." It's also the same ideology they used when they handled Treves & Hyde.
Treves & Hyde is the newest restaurant in East Londo near Whitechapel. The owners wanted to have space where people can gather to eat, to socialize, and more. Now, Grzywinski+Pons made it as functional as possible without sacrificing the architectural and interior design of the place.
Grzywinski+Pons opted for an open area with enough seat and flexible area. The guests have places to be private and to be with everyone. Treves & Hyde is incredibly comfortable for dining, for working, for studying and more.
In essence, the restaurant is filled with different materials such as natural stones, ceramics, brass, timber, concrete, and blackened steel. The aged terracotta goes with the greenery inside of Treves & Hyde too. Grzywinski+Pons used the combinations to maximize the look of the place even after heavy use.
According to Archdaily, there are some interesting facts about Grzywinski+Pons building of Treves & Hyde restaurant. It talked about the other features of the space.
Soft, matte, and luster are the main theme of Treves & Hyde. The New York-based Grzywinski+Pons made sure that the place will be filled with visual beauty and happy ambiance. It's actually one of the main draws besides the food that people loves.
To end, Treves & Hyde is only one of many restaurants following the hype of casual-formal spaces. People nowadays already have a preference that's even architects like Grzywinski+Pons need to follow.