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La Fusion by Einstein & Associates

by on Sep 26, 2016 in Interiors , Lifestyle
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All images courtesy Einstein & Associates

All images courtesy Einstein & Associates

Interior design firm Einstein & Associates has created an eclectic feel for the new restaurant La Fusion in Pekanbaru, Indonesia

La Fusion combines French and Asian food in the kitchen and European and Eastern style in the dining room. Recently unveiled by Einstein & Associates, the restaurant captures the tropical spirit of the surrounds along with classic European design details to create a warm and lively atmosphere.

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As a tropical city rich with plenty of exotic and unique materials, the firm decided to use local materials like local wood and natural stones throughout the space. The designer then merged this tropical feel with French Art Deco, which can be seen through the use of uniformed and geometrical shapes, the color blue, Art Deco-style doors and windows, and the chevron wooden floor. A range of different colours sit alongside glossy materials and metal elements to shape a truly unique interior.

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The designer also sought to blur the lines between inside and out by placing a range of trees, floral murals and painted ceilings throughout. A skylight and a floating roof were also included to help open the restaurant up to the outdoors.

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