Flying Saucer rooftop bar restaurant interiors are designed by India’s best Hospitality architect firm, Sumessh Menon Associates. It’s the best interior design firm because of its team of excellent hospitality interior designers and architects.
Ceiling – the main area has a barrel vault ceiling with a coffered wooden pattern and above the bar, a layered flute patterned ceiling in grey shade. The large 3.5ft dia. Bell lights and multi-layer ring lights that can vaguely remind you of flying saucers. Bar design – The existing bar itself was given a makeover with its apron changed to a backlit FRP ornate motif trellis with colourful artwork behind. The back bar is a series of MS arches and mirrors with a quirky zebra print over it and leafy artwork on either side of the bar. Terrace bar – existing bar again was given a bar apron of bas relief sculpture depicting classical nude human figures. The display is again MS arched trellises on the countertop finished in the olive green shade with backlit glass shelves for bottle display. Existing service stations were tactfully reused by adding decorative stud details. Facade – existing glass façade was further enhanced by an ornate custom carved wooden façade. Velvet curtains were also added for a plush feel. Lilac shade. Columns near the façade have assorted moulding on them also in the lilac shade.
A small PDR tucked into one corner of the lower floor has a quirky neon artwork. Furniture upholstery is kept bright and floral to add vibrancy to the whole space. Even the polish for wooden furniture has been given a quirky twist with splashes of colour added here and there. Existing high round tabletops are given a wolf back printed glass top. Lounge area tables have stone tops – Around the raised bar is a ledge formed enveloping the space with MS and mirror railing in a custom pattern with mirror edge. Existing chairs have been reupholstered in peppy patterns with stud details added.
Cabanas on the rooftop customized in MS round and square cage-like pattern varying even in heights. – 4 nos. biophilic elements and greens added all around it with assorted blown glass pendant lights. The walls on the rooftop have abstract artwork in tones of grey with wire mesh arches and FRP columns at the entrance. Te Dj console is also placed against this wall with the abstract art continued onto it. The central space has a long two-sided sofa seating with custom pole lights designed over it. The raised DJ pavilion has an assorted set of wooden bolsters with a bronze mirror back on its front. With a suspended ceiling and neon signage. Then entire pavilion is painted a bright red. Washroom passage – added neon lights and the doors have neon artwork with UV lights. The main entrance stairway passage leading to both floors is entirely decked in a trippy modern neon artwork enhanced with UV lights (blue pink white). The smoking area is a small cubicle neatly tucked into a corner with a zebra artwork against a pink wall. The glass cubicle has a profile light outline on the entrance glass. The columns were finished in textured paint and clad with floral back printed glass. Sumessh and his team while executing the project for Flying Saucer rooftop bar restaurant interiors had some creative concepts executed to their best.
Well known for interior designing of hospitality spaces and restaurants, Sumessh Menon and associates have done many high-end restaurant architecture & bar interior design projects. They are one of the best architecture and interior design firms when it comes to restaurant interiors. They have worked on restaurant architecture and interior projects at all major cities in India like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Calcutta, and many more