The name of the Stix restaurant might inspire some artists and designers to create work that involves sticks, but this rope wall strays away from the obvious while still bringing a raw and rustic feel to the dining environment. Creating a screen between two areas, the rope wall does not complete divide the space thanks to the reliance on a lot of negative space.
Created by Mantzalin, the rope wall is inspired by the restaurant's Mediterranean theme. It brings to mind images of grapes and olives, which is common in this culture. Located in Chelsea, New York, the restaurant will awe visitors with both its menu and interior decor thanks to the striking rope wall.