Here are the unique and fresh restaurant interior design in Sydney by Giant Design. The contemporary restaurant called Nok Nok Thai Eating House, Nok Nok is named after the owner and translates as ‘little bird’, which is then visualized in the graphic identity. Nok Nok Thai Eating House design like Thai temple with all shining white marble and gold mosaics. The simple palate of off white marble, Corian, gold and silver mirror, and gold Alucabond is used to maximum effect to create the contemporary ‘Temple’. Corian is used extensively throughout, cladding furniture, tabletops, and walls, allowing for seamless transitions across the surfaces and adding to the ‘stone temple’ feel. For the wall cladding the Corian is lasercut into an intricate lotus leaf motif pattern that had to be adapted and adjusted to suit the required panel widths throughout the space.
Nok Nok Thai Eating House The mirror ceiling allows the pattern to continue vertically and creates a huge central volume of space. Fig & Wisteria trees cut into the middle of the central communal table soften the space & lights suspended in the branches provide twinkle at night. The showcase kitchen pulled to the front of the space, sits within a gold tiled box. Now look the Unique and Fresh Restaurant Interior: Nok Nok Thai Eating House in Sydney with picture below: