Design by Meta - creates "Rule the rolls"

Style starts from the bottom up. Colour being an essential part of the equation, creating the mood and style of the décor. A Bold geometric floor with a shade of blue set in a playful hexagonal patterned tile.

Rule the Rolls GURUGRAM

Style starts from the bottom up. Colour being an essential part of the equation, creating the mood and style of the décor. A Bold geometric floor with a shade of blue set in a playful hexagonal patterned tile, create the perfect setting for “Rule the Rolls” a popular kebab restaurant in Galleria Market in Gurgaon. Inspired by Mediterranean and Mughal colours, creating a fusion of both to inspire the design.

The Arched Niches have fine hand knotted carpets specially designed for the brand, to tell the story of their humble beginnings in Saharanpur in 1948 to Jama Masjid in 1960 and finally in 1972 in Khan Market.

The use of Pine wood offsets the blue colour creating a warm balance to the cool tones of blue. The Vital aspect of the design is that it engages the five senses,  the visual with the use of texture and colour, the softness of the fabric and the woodwork engage the sense of touch.

The use of Pine wood offsets the blue colour creating a warm balance to the cool tones of blue. The Vital aspect of the design is that it engages the five senses,  the visual with the use of texture and colour, the softness of the fabric and the woodwork engage the sense of touch.

Architect/ Designer: Nomita Sawhney,
Abhishek Rustagi; Design By Meta
Client: Rule the Rolls (SSU FOODS AND BEVERAGES)
Interior Wall Finishes: Customised Cement Concrete tiles by Sonark Tiles; Asian Paints; Pine Wood
Flooring: Customised Cement Concrete tiles by Sonark Tiles
Furniture: Custom designed by Design by Meta in Pine wood
www.designbymeta.com

The project was published in the JULY 2017 issue of SURFACES REPORTER.

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