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该项目是RENESA ARCHITECTURE DESIGN INTERIORS STUDIO事务所的最新作品，他们通过印度第一家应对新冠的餐厅与酒吧向人们展示了最新的建筑理念和不同类型的安全座椅。在全球新冠疫情下，公共空间本身并不安全，并且受到疫情打击，餐饮行业的未来发展已多次受到质疑。重新思考公共空间采取何种措施应对后新冠时代是当下全球关注的问题。基于社交距离的重要性，各种日常生活空间将面临不可避免的变化。设计团队考虑到当前情况需要适当的建筑解决方案，以应对前所未有的全球疫情，为新德里Social酒店构思了印度第一家应对新冠的餐厅和酒吧。餐厅在后疫情时代起到重要作用，为了使它们重新变得安全，必须赋予它们重建信任的权力。
The latest product of RENESA ARCHITECTURE DESIGN INTERIORS STUDIO showcases our latest architectural design ideology and safe seating typology behind India’s first covid response restaurant and bar. In the midst of this global coronavirus pandemic, when the very nature of public space has become both threatening and threatened, the future of the restaurant industry has been brought into question numerous times . It is now of worldwide interest to re-think how our public spaces will adapt to a post-COVID-19 era, and take the necessary actions. Understanding that “social distancing” is of vital importance, our various daily-life spaces will face an inevitable change. Considering the current situation which calls for proper architectural solutions in response to the unprecedented pandemic, the studio has conceptualized India’s first covid response restaurant for their New Delhi(India) Social branch.Restaurants play a pivotal role in our collective post-pandemic future, and to be able to return to them safely, they must be empowered to be active participants in the rebuilding of trust.
▼项目概览，preview © Niveditaa Gupta
Masked waiters, tables placed six feet apart, and fluted glass are all the elements that realize a half Vietnamese- half contemporary space set in New Delhi,India. Renesa’s new design introduces India’s first covid response restaurant that responds to the “new normal” redefining the boundary between communal and booth seating in restaurants. With people yearning to come together with friends and family at restaurants and bars once again,the studio wanted our design to blend two seamless ideologies: design inspired by the buzzing streets and alleyway shops of Vietnam and the intricate lattice arrangement of Dwarka(New Delhi’s largest residential Development)’s various sectors that allow to socially distance without seemingly so.
▼轴测动图，axon gif © Renesa Architecture Design Interiors Studio
Designed before the pandemic, the idea was translated and evolved into the benefit which seemed revolutionary at the time- but is now what the market is demanding.We call it a space conceptualized pre-pandemic, designed during and for the pandemic, and sustainable beyond the pandemic. Following the norms for the new normal, the restaurant features seating zones, elevated levels and high impact experiences that work towards creating a new urban aesthetic born out of indigeneity and has a safe dining appeal.
▼入口区域，entrance zone © Niveditaa Gupta
▼越南风格的迷你商店，Vietnamese mini shops © Niveditaa Gupta
▼抬高的座位区，elevated seating © Niveditaa Gupta
The onset of the design drew from its locality; Dwarka. The intent was to lay out Dwarka’s grid, creating nodal patterns from which the spaces would emerge. The seating areas in turn emerged at a six feet apart distance creating an individual zone for a particular group of people. Thus, through design we were able to create something interesting as well as offer a need of the time safety measure to the customers choosing to dine in.
▼酒吧区，bar area © Niveditaa Gupta
▼从双层座位区望向酒吧区，view from double height seating area to bar area © Niveditaa Gupta
▼双层座位区，模拟Dwarka网格布局，double height seating area，simulation of Dwarka’s grid © Niveditaa Gupta
▼木饰面钢结构，steel frames with wooden furnishing © Niveditaa Gupta
▼人与人保持安全距离，safe distance between people © Niveditaa Gupta
▼舞区，dancing area © Niveditaa Gupta
A commercial space that creates a homelike hosting experience with its inherent quirks, the layout unfolds systematically forming pockets of privacy and distancing starting with small vietnamese medicine , watch and hat shops that act as props to the brand value. As you move further into the space, our idea was to not only satisfy the post pandemic norms but also the regional and Vietnamese spirits that are filled by sunlight, greenery, and an interactive surrounding.
▼公共座位区，community seating © Niveditaa Gupta
▼不同区域使用竹网卷帘分隔 © Niveditaa Gupta
different areas are separated by bamboo mesh blinds
The concept is followed through in the main dining area where we used floating steel frames that act as lattices in a wooden finish forming booths for seating. These are alternated at different levels that act as visual elements in engaging the customers and also ensure distance and privacy while dining in. In the middle, community tables were used with folding partitions that act as barriers between two different groups. Located at a higher level is the DJ that gives a panoramic view of the entire restaurant identifying with different energy zones and levels the people can enjoy from.
▼隔断座位区，seating area with partitions © Niveditaa Gupta
▼四周围起卷帘，blinds around © Niveditaa Gupta
Social’s logo is a highly recognizable brand element and the branding that follows it; Powerful, yet playful and fresh. In line with that, the multilevel approach also capitalized on the language and seating efficiency. The use of natural matter and soft wood shades, cement rice bricks and cane aimed to achieve not perfection but real environments. Tonal shades, greens and rice brick wall finishing add a rural, yet revitalizing vibe to the place.
▼吸烟室，smoking area © Niveditaa Gupta
For partitions and the furniture, the same approach was applied. The partitions employed fluted glass with a sliding folding design maintaining the interactive nature. Locally sourced bamboo mesh blinds were inserted to add an additional layer for distancing defining these grid patterns from the top.The furniture and lighting crafted in natural cane, meets the ergonomic and functional needs of the project, without creating domination, but integrating in harmony, and speaking the same language as the rest of the space.
▼家具细部，details of furniture © Niveditaa Gupta
The final intent for Social was spaces that happen, both in the formality of the proposed set of furniture, and in the nuances that the scheme creates between form and function, between open and enclosed, between the pandemic and the new normal. The result: Social [with distancing]
▼平面图，floor plan © Renesa Architecture Design Interiors Studio
Design Team: Renesa Architecture Design Interiors , NEW DELHI,INDIA.
• Sanjay Arora – Founder Principal Architect
• Sanchit Arora – Principal Architect| Concept Design Head.
• Vandana Arora – Interior Designer| Decor Head
• Virender Singh- Studio Technical Head.
• Akarsh Varma – Architect.
• Jagdish Bangari – Architect / Graphics.
• Aayush Misra – Architect
• Tarun Tyagi – Architect.
• Tanushi Goyal – Architect.
• Janhvi Ambhudkar – Architect.
• Prarthna Misra – Architect.
• Anushka Arora –Architect Text.
Contractor: Mr. Jitender Kumar.
Lighting: White Lighting Solutions , IndiHaus Lighting.
Clients: Mr.Riyaaz Imlani , Impressario Hospitality.
Category: Restaurant and Bar Interiors (Hospitality)
Built Up Area: 4400 sq ft.
Location: Dwarka, New Delhi , India.
Photographs: Niveditaa Gupta