The House of Bombay Offers a Modern Social Space to Host Food Events

By: Misel Saban - Sep 9, 2016
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The House of Bombay is a social space designed for food-based gatherings in an open-concept environment fuelled by geometric design and an inviting atmosphere. This is thanks to an architectural aesthetic put together by CITE + Office for the team at the Radical Architecture Disciplines.

The space features a series of communal tables and closely packed chairs that are designed to facilitate a social atmosphere for eating that is reflected in the decor and furniture. The layout is made using organic materials such as wood, travertine and natural stone. The walls are decorated with a geometric patterns of different shapes that come together to form squares, synonymous with the communal atmosphere of the space designed to house large crowds.