Luxurious Interior of the Belgrade Restaurant Boutique Trojka
The interior of this restaurant is characterized by many different ambient units that are well-coordinated.
The task of decorating the interior of the Boutique Troy restaurant was to find a way to offer a new and contemporary solution, and already a well-known brand that opens the third restaurant assigns a new appearance with a new visual identity. The intention of the A4 Studio Designers was to provide something new to the restaurant, but also to preserve the recognizable atmosphere that this brand does to what it is.
The structure of the organization of space is atypical. The enclosed space of as many as two useful floors made it possible to set up a spatial concept that involved the creation of two distinct but stylish uniform atmospheres. The main motive for space design: the design of multiple different ambient units of different characters, within each floor, has allowed the creation of a dynamic but also pleasant space to enjoy.
Domination of Corten Steel for Restaurant Interior
In the interior itself, atypical materials were applied. Corten Steel, a material that has its dominant use in exteriors, at the Troy restaurant found itself as a coating of a zone bar on the ground floor. It’s rusty appearance and specific structure, additionally accentuated by perforation, and aesthetics as the essence of contrast with glossy and polished materials in combination with wood, concrete and steel parter the restaurant gives an urban and contemporary look.
With a gradation and contrast setting in the form of a combination of smooth and rustic surfaces, various micro-ambient spaces were created within a large open space, making a difference in the content offered by the restaurant, whether it is a urban-character parterre with our interpretation of the wine room, a segment around the designed pizza oven And graffiti street art artist Arteza or somewhat more elegant floor of the restaurant.
Boutique Trojka covers 580 square meters, and the store is located at Milutin Milanković Boulevard in New Belgrade.
Photo: Relja Ivanić