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.