- Andheri, Mumbai
- 2500 sq.ft. approx.
- Date Of Completion
- March 2013
asian inspired restaurant
A Pan-Asian venture in the heart of Andheri, Trikaya was conceptualized as an Asian inspired theme that complemented the cuisine of the place. The focal point of the entire restaurant was the visually striking Buddha tree strategically placed around a column in the restaurant.
The majestic 'tree' was made innumerable wooden slats that seamlessly curved up to form the ceiling of the entire indoor dining area. In-situ concrete floors, minimalistic wooden furniture and backlit wooden screens, all perfectly set the tone for the Interior design of this Asian restaurant. Furthermore, it is the understated earthy elegance of the muted concrete floor and wooden furniture that further enhances the Buddha tree and highlights its simple yet impressive fluid form. The trellis screens used in the indoor consisted of 1400 panels across the entire wall, creating a very dramatic backlit wall design.
An interesting outdoor dining space was scooped out complete with an awning roof for an energetic alfresco dining experience. Stone finish flooring and cosy outdoor furniture with an exposed siporex block boundary wall formed a spacious yet intimate outdoor seating. An interesting wall was created with bison board panels in its raw natural grey form with an interesting laser cut design randomly placed throughout the cladding. Both the outdoor and indoor spaces were replete with raw, rustic natural elements like stone, cement, brick and wood in their natural finishes to further assert the simplistic design style by the Mumbai based hospitality designer Sumessh Menon associates.