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Restaurant carved from former nightclub offers Japan and Nordic-inspired design

It’s one part rustic, one part contemporary

Inside Madison, a new restaurant in San Diego by local firm Archisects.
Photos by Andy McRory via Dezeen

Despite our best annual resolutions committing to do otherwise, we tend to relish the pleasure of eating out. And it’s hardly only about the food; when good design is on the menu, it’s easy to become a culinary spendthrift.

Case in point: Madison, this 3,000-square-foot, San Diego, California, restaurant designed by local studio Archisects and recently showcased on Dezeen. Carved from a former nightclub, the Mediterranean restaurant has a few intriguing interior quirks, including its 20-foot-high barrel-vaulted ceilings and wood-lined interiors.

Inspired by both Japanese and Nordic design traditions, the restaurant includes leather recessed, rope-partitioned banquettes tucked into angular nooks and accents in cool shades of pink, yellow, and blue. Take a look around and read more over at Dezeen.

Via: Dezeen