Multiple options restaurant
Holyfields restaurant in Germany was designed by Ippolito Fleitz Group. This restaurant is based on simplicity, speed & technology to devote more time to eat than to wait for your order. Holyfields has four different levels offering different areas to enjoy. The first level has wooden tables with four chairs as a classic restaurant & pendant lights giving intimate mood to this area. The next level is made up of white tables that follow-up to the ceiling, black seats & dark wood panels. The third level has long bleached oak bar & high stools, creating the area with more movement. The last level has white tables & upholstered benches, divided by rubber ropes nets that separate each cabin individually without obstructing the view through the restaurant.
Holyfields has an open plan in which you can see the whole restaurant from the entrance. It also has a lounge to relax or take a coffee & a takeaway area. The main elements that are present in the entire restaurant are the acoustic ceiling with geometric patterns, concrete floor with floral drawings & warm color palette. This design offers multiple options to customers, making their experience more pleasant & personal.
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