SARGON by Naranj restaurant case study by 4SPACE interior design
Sargon by Naranj restaurant a 550 square meter restaurant, designed in order to create a dining experience based on a rich kitchen that has its roots in the times and era of Sargon of Akkad, and with the management and influence of its well known sister Naranj restaurant in Damascus.
Levantine influence :
The interior design of Sargon by Naranj restaurant conceptualized from the Akkadian emperor conquest of the Sumerian city-states in the 23rd century BC until the present day.
The design of Sargon by Naranj restaurant based on a bold combination of different materials with rich details, the interesting ceiling is no doubt a visual focus, mysterious and exciting
As we used two arabesque pattern combining with the spatial distribution and created the decorative shapes on the ceiling, based on the exposed black ceiling concept.
The wooden Arabesque pattern distributes randomly on the horizontal metal lines bringing a kind of unique visual experience to the guests.
The CNC wave wall were inspired by the desert that conquered by Sargon of Akkad.
The brass bead curtain suspended from the ceiling around the seating areas to give a feel of privacy.
Brass linear elements distributed through the wood elements, with an illuminated Onyx bottom.
Part of the Sargon by Naranj restaurant walls cladded with back lit onyx marble and other part with gold leaf finish.