The Ritz Carlton in Budapest opens right after an substantial redesign of the former Le Meridien Hotel. The Ritz Carlton have worked with award winning hospitality interior and branding layout studio, B3 Designers, to develop the standalone restaurant Deak St. Kitchen and Kupola Lounge cafA� within the hotel. The new hotel, with its 170 guest rooms, 30 luxury suites and Deak St. Kitchen & Kupola Lounge, opened earlier this month and is the first Ritz Carlton to open in Budapest.
With bold masculine undertones and a sophisticated design and style, DeA?k St. Kitchen restaurant can make a striking impression, with its deep rich leather seating, walnut tables and Hungarian level timber flooring. These components are juxtaposed towards brighter details like the rose gold trim on the lighting and furnishings and the antiqued mirror paneling about the space. This, together with the cautiously curated artwork, elegantly finishes off the space.
The restaurant opens out onto its namesake, DeA?k Street, the well-known Budapest a�?fashiona�� street. One of the principal successes of the restauranta��s layout is its accessibility from street level, with its inviting entrance, dining terrace and bi-folding doors a�� it is a welcoming restaurant with an independent come to feel. Mark Bithrey, Director at B3 Designers says a�?It was a great chance to perform with the Food and Beverage crew at Ritz Carlton and convert an below utilized hotel breakfast room into a destinational restaurant that is well-known with both hotel visitors and localsa�?.
In contrasts to the decadent comprehensive interior, B3 Designers designed a branding design that is clean and informal, featuring a collection of hand illustrated meals and wine references used throughout the menus and interior. The logo incorporates the year the restaurant was opened, being 2016, as a modern day indicator with each other with a far more traditional brand aesthetic, inspired by the labeling of wine bottles. Branding resources contain textured a�?butchera�� like paper, wooden clipboards with heavy metallic clips and embossed leather menus.
Adjoining the restaurant is the lounge cafA�, Kupola Lounge. The lounge requires its identify from the soaring dome ceiling characteristic which dominates the massive area. As most of the buildinga��s internal architecture is protected, B3 Designers strove to celebrate these characteristics by generating an internal skin mirroring the classic architecture by picking classy furnishings with a timeless material pallet of rose gold, marble, velvet and walnut.
To achieve a sense of luxury inside of the branding, B3 Designers took inspiration from connoisseur culture with emphasis on subtle, straightforward elegance. Their materials option included leather menu covers in a deep blue tone, reminiscing of the blue tones of the Danube River which runs through Eastern Europe, collectively with a simple, impactful emblem layout. DeA?k St. Kitchen serves a assortment of Hungarian-inspired dishes, created utilizing local seasonal substances, and freshly grilled meat & fish, alongside 1 of the citya��s best choices of indigenous Hungarian wines and beers even though Kupola Lounge serves a standard and modern day breakfast menu even though in the afternoon providing light lunch in an sophisticated and warm setting.