Hospitality interior design is a mix of all the right elements, just like the food prepared by the chefs, it’s all about balance and refinement. Architectural Studio YoDezeen recently completed the interior decor for the new fish restaurant CATCH in Kiev.
The old windows were replaced with a new thin profile façade, the inner balconies were completely removed and the stairs relocated. The restaurant is roughly divided into two parts with the main hall on the ground floor and the banquet hall on the first floor, split into two zones – the bar with a communal table and the main dining room with a three-meter seafood showcase, wine racks, and refrigerators.
A large number of pendant lamps, mirror and glossy surfaces filled space with light and reflections. The restaurant is filled with rough unprocessed surfaces – complex brickwork, metal parts, concrete columns. Since CATCH is a purely fish restaurant, many interior decoration details directly refer to the sea. Allusions associated with marine themes appear in the large shelving with three-level aquariums, in the large bar open window where the fresh fish is cooked in front of the guests, and even in the glazed monochrome tile behind the bar, colored like seawater with algae.