Restaurant Bond Berlin by Berlin Rodeo

Von Maria Konou / June 14 2010

The interior of this restaurant is drawn from James Bond from the 60’s and 70’s. We wonder if there are men eating sharks hidden somewhere there.

From Berlin Rodeo:

Specially designed components for space planning divide the restaurant into different zones (i.e., abstract ornamentation evoking the movies themselves). At its centerpiece is a golden-lit bar with an opposing wine shelf, both of which were customized for the restaurant. The smoking lounge, located in the rear, is conceived as a communicative element and is equipped with an ethanol fireplace. Various lighting moods and intensities are made possible by a computer-controlled LED system, which is hidden behind espionage mirrors.

An additional highlight is the floor-to-ceiling graffiti on the theme of BOND by Berlin artists M: M. The predominant color spectrum ranges from black to gold to rosewood; unique elements, such as smoked glass, enrich the design.

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