If you love South American culture and all its tribal colors and patterns, this themed restaurant design will be right up your alley—and even if you’re not an enthusiast of its motifs and designs, you’ll still fall in love with this place.
Looking more like a bright ceramic store than a restaurant, Llama is a South American-themed restaurant designed by Danish studios BIG and Kilo Design. And it got it just right with its vivacious creation. Located in Copenhagen, the space is completely covered with brightly-colored patterned ceramic tiles—whether it be on the the walls, floor or stairs.
Originally an unused basement, the architects wove their magic to make it what it looks like now.
"The restaurant is divided into four main spaces, you enter the foyer space which is a double height room with a giant green wall, a glass montré with south American artifacts and a small cocktail bar," say the designers.
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