Tama, stands as a puritan’s delight. Tama means copper in an Indian dialect, which has been thoroughly used here in color and spirit of copper which is the purity of metal along with its energy that is carved and staged in the form of figurines and coins all around starting from the main entry foyer and on to the toilets that have infinity mirrors.
Club tao, features an extensive open courtyard which is a part of the main restaurant area with an open able sliding roof that also allows natural light inside ,which make the space feel airy despite being surrounded by built spaces all around. Being on the ground floor buildings abutting each other the open space was retained with its character and an enforcer of a new offering to the patron.
Greenhouse tries to recreate an area with natural plants in the middle of a polluted urban city thereby providing a a natural garden experience to its guest. Sporting an open able sliding roof on it's terrace the restaurant seeks to provide a new experience to its patrons. Plants have been very carefully selected to provide maximum oxygen generation and removal of pollutants in the surrounding air.
Beer cafe, based on the concept of a library, takes its inspiration form old dungeons where where books are showcased as treasures from the past. From a life that is is moving fast into an online world, books have become a redundant commodity today. This cafe is here to reignite the love of reading a book again in its physical form as a cross function restaurant.
Adda, in hindi means a place to gather and hang out. A unique place to hang out and be together is offered here. With two sprawling terraces and an enclosed space, that together form a single unitary space inter flowing into each other, completely connected but yet so distinct in characters. Adda is space for highway travelers to take a break from the long journeys and enjoy some food and fresh beer.
Pallet is a micro brewery that was designed with the thought that interiors need to stay fresh and appealing with the future trends in design. Unconventional use of recycled wooden pallets for the interior decor is the highlight of this restaurant. It portrays the design philosophy of repetition of a module to generate patterns and textures. Grey tone of raw concrete finish on walls and floor complement the wood on vertical planes and ceiling. Designers have used the blend of raw materials and contemporary straight lines that gives it an international look and attract clientele around world