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Gurgaon, Haryana, India-122001 |Practicing since: Oct. 15, 2015
The Pavilion fine-dine, Hospitality-Restaurant & Cafe
An array of shimmering lights across a background of smokey walls and a sprinkle of gold finish metal along the whole volume hints at one thing characteristic to the Pavilion - luxury and grandeur. Inspired by his varied tours of fine dining across the world, our client Siddhart Verma, dreamt of bringing one to life in his home city of Ranchi.
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ENTRANCE VIEW - A PLAY OF LIGHT
All lights are positioned such as to provide accent lighting across the dark and heavy walls.The light gleams back from the stone walls and flooring to create a warm ambiance.
VIEW THROUGH DINING - USE OF GOLD FINISH
Gold is the symbol of opulence and has been introduced as subtle features that finds its way in borders, frames, ceiling lines and the decor
BRINGING BACK CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE
The full height openings with heavy wooden border , crafted out of the walls are reminiscent of the colonial era
VIEW THROUGH BAR - FLUID CEILING
The ceiling is designed as light circular disks of lacquer glass scattered in a fluid motion across the ceiling.Suspended against a dark backdrop, the disks give a floating appearance.
VIEW OF BAR - EXTRAVAGANCE
In an attempt to not shy away from extravagance,back lit, gold polished wall panels adorn either side of the bar walls, defining this area as the brightest and the highlight of the fine dine.
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