Designed by Bobby Cheng from Brewin Concepts, the Fat Cow restaurant in Singapore features a cool and contemporary interior. As you'll see from the photos in this gallery, the focal point of the interior is a big gridlike installation that extends over the ceiling and around the bar. As the designer describes, this eye-catching design accent "creates lowered ceiling spaces that further enhance different areas in the restaurant, while serving as storage and display shelves."
The Fat Cow restaurant can seat up to 20 people and is split into a bar and lounge area, private dining rooms and a "formal Shabu dining counter," says The Retail Design Blog. Each of the private rooms can be made larger or smaller as they are separated by movable screens hanging from a ceiling track.
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