Interior Design by VINDATE INTERIOR & ARCHITECTURE at The Energy Building - AMUZ GOURMET RESTAURANT
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AMUZ GOURMET RESTAURANT - Interior Design

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A PLAYFUL DIORAMA

The Interior Design of The New Amuz Gourmet Jakarta Has Brought Fine Dining Ambiance Beyond Timeline
Decorated stunningly in modern French Art Deco style with contemporary Asian influences, the new space of AMUZ Gourmet Restaurant epitomizes a vibrant and refreshing vibe,
Inspired by a French Painting, embracing various colors in every corners of the space - The Ripe Grapes of Art Nouveau in the walls of the Ladies area, to the Renaissance pastels of the Chinoiseries hand-painted mural on the silk wallpaper at the end wall of the restaurant.
A pair heavy chunk of Chinese Jade, pierced gracefully more as the jewelry of the door rather than handles, opens to an opulent subtlety of art-deco glam, soothed by Parisian color palettes that brings your eyes travel from one time period to another. The Ripe Grapes of Art Nouveau to the Renaissance pastels of the Chinoiseries hand-painted mural, adorns as the centerpiece of the wall.
With the sensible touch of dramatic lightings, cast upon many layers, textures & aesthetic plays in varied types of materials from venetian wall plasters, Czech made mouth-blown crystal glass, Italian marble in parquet match, all being topped up & shone by glittering brass here and there - AMUZ Restaurant serves you the world-class quintessential of Fine Dining Setting

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VINDATE INTERIOR & ARCHITECTURE
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Freedom to Design, Responsibility to Deliver

Those are my perspectives toward the design industry in Indonesia. Our country is blessed with ample cultural and social capital; and as a born and raised Indonesian designer, there is nowhere else that I would draw inspiration from. Since I began my career 12 years ago, I have always embraced my identity as an Indonesian, leaning on the country's multitude of culture and centuries of craftmanship deliver aesthetic through Vin/da/te Interior & Architecture, the design consulting company I founded with my partners as well as Poros Living, the furniture arm of Vin/da/te. The batik pattern that government officials don proudly on important events, for example, became my influence when designing wall patterns at a commercial dining area. Traditional hand weaving skills that have been passed on from one generation to another also became my inspiration for Alita chair, one of the many Poros Living’s products.