Newly opened 370 square metre karaoke bar and Vietnamese bistro in Gothenburg. The upper floor is colourful and playful with flexible seating typology, and downstairs consists of individual karaoke boxes of different characters.
A series of shops whose brand and interior architecture are based on corduroy fabric. The material is the ornamentation, the design based on a palette of strong material characters like MDF, brass, mirror glass, linen and neon.
500 square metre restaurant divided in three levels and into various rooms, which represent different acts of the dining experience. Choice of material, technology and finishes create a varied interior from the whole picture to the smallest detail, just like the ingredients do in the different stages of the meal.
Restaurant interior inspired by East Asian back streets and alleys. Scenic lighting and different groups of seating furniture form smaller rooms in the dining room, which is lined with stone, smoked oak and copper, centered round a temple of bronze coloured metal.
The karaoke bar Sing Sing brings new life to Chapman’s Square, Gothenburg. With its bold interior and strong iden- tity, New Order have infused imagination and flare to achieve a democratic and welcoming interior.
Its eye-catching and quirky details dare to go against what we typically expect of Scandinavian design, whilst the interplay of colours and layout fuses elements of Bauhaus (movement) with Asian karaoke establishments. A project that we believe will make a difference and contribute to inspiring tomorrow’s interior architects and enthusiasts.
Architecture firm: New Order Arkitektur Client: Sing Sing
Architecture firm: in Praise of Shadows Client: The Cords & Co
Architecture firm: Joyn Studio Client: Frantzén Group