January 10, 2017 | Architecture Community Interior Design
Dining out is an old time social tradition that has been evolving for centuries. What started out as enjoying a meal with family and friends in a space designed to make you feel at home, now has the ability to transport you to familiar cities or exotic locations. The menu may bring new customers to the restaurant, but the aesthetics and design is what brings them back. The business has transformed throughout the years to accompany the needs of the consumer.
Restaurants are about more than just a dining experience these days. Our expectations have grown into more than just indulging ourselves with new and exciting delicacies. We expect to walk into a restaurant and be inspired by their design. Every choice a designer makes in a room sets the tone for the meal; from the angle of a ceiling fan to the color and arrangement of the tile floor. Every choice is a choice by design and acts as a preface to the meal. It's all about the experience as a whole.
If you look around the next time you're out, you'll notice that social media has changed the way we dine, with every detail of a restaurant being documented. It's obvious that restaurants have to do more than satisfy our taste palettes. The food and the design need to be eye-catching. Our technology has allowed diners to share their experience with the world and let all their friends know where they are eating. With a simple swipe, individuals have access to the menu and environment. While menus still remain the focal point in developing a restaurant, there is a growing emphasis on interior design and architecture.
Diners just don't want to be fed, they want to be entertained. The décor of a space should entertain the crowd and provide a memorable experience for them to come back. All the restaurant projects that Designhaus has been a part of in the past has shown great success. The added attractive atmosphere that was designed and the appetizing food served by the restaurants gave the businesses a perfect combination for the regulars to keep coming back for more.