Bengaluru got its fifth and largest Farzi Café in UB City. Zorawar Kalra, Founder and Managing Director, Massive Restaurants, opened this 11,000 sq ft restaurant that offers Indian cuisine with global influences in a combination of al-fresco seating and indoor dining space, that can accomodate 250 guests at a time.
Amit Ahuja, CEO, AA Hospitality LLP and the man behind The Open Box (TOB) was an aspiring entrepreneur. When Spiga in Bengaluru closed its doors, Ahuja saw a chance to realise his dream. He ended his corporate role in a hospitality establishment and made his entrepreneurial debut.
The interiors of Nimisserie restaurant in Bengaluru, designed by Kembhavi Architecture Foundation, complement the innovative Aspect Cuisine served by Chef Nimish Bhatia.
Bengaluru is witnessing a prolific rise in the number of restaurants and pubs it houses. The words of Murray Heads' "One night in Bangkok and the world's your oyster// The bars are temples but the pearls ain't free" instantly come to mind with the city's new restaurant, One Night in Bangkok (ONiB).
Small architectural elements that are an integral part of our growing years, have now been relegated to the background in favor of tall, concrete jungles. A part of us always thinks of these things nostalgically as does Architect Rohit Sringeri who is in the process of doing something to bring it all back.
The décor of the Dentsu Aegis Network office in Bangalore, designed by Praxis, pays tribute to Japanese minimalism. When an international advertising brand comes to India, its first job is to create
Thinking beyond Design
Since its inception as a design firm in 2011, Design Café from Bengaluru has worked on a range of projects - commercial, residential, hospitality and more, since its inception in 2011.
Over the span of his three-decade career, Martin Klaasen, an award-winning lighting designer, design consultant, lecturer and resource speaker, has gathered several achievements to his credit.