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Bottega Ristorante in Jakarta

by Simon Yuen on Nov 17, 2015 in Interiors
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Einstein & Associates has unveiled the design of Bottega Ristorante in Jakarta, Indonesia

Located at Mega Kuningan, the business district of Jakarta, Bottega Ristorante is one of the newest European restaurants in the city. The restaurant is designed around the La Dolce Vita concept, meaning the good life, and is divided into two areas: indoor and alfresco.

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The long linear layout of the alfresco dining area is ended by a round brass sofa which separates the alfresco dining area with the powder room and the restrooms.

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Similar to the alfresco dining area, the indoor section uses filament bulbs, along with half bowl silver bulbs which can be dimmed during the night to enhance the mood. A communal table sits atop peacock feather mosaic tiles at the centre point, and various blue and copper hues have been incorporated throughout.

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The firm has also recently completed the design for Lemongrass restaurant in Bogor.

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