Futuristic and Excellent Interior of Switch Restaurant by Karim Rashid- Wednesday, October 10th 2012.
This futuristic and excellent interior of Arabic Switch Restaurant was designed by Karim Rashid. The design is called Switch because the wall paints color changes automatically and continuously from time to time in yellow, green, blue and violet. The design creates an interesting texture for light and shadow, evoking the sand dunes in the desert. Switch Restaurant by Karim Rashid is a unique environment of symmetry and balance that completely envelops the guests. The constantly changing color of the walls around the customers almost seem to be acting as mood rings for the customers within, letting out the emotions so that they may dine in peace, despite the ‘noise’ around them. The ceiling is decorated with Arabic writing, lit from behind. The seating has an incessant wave design for elegant and special feel. The continuous wave seating provides an efficient and dynamic operating system.
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Switch Restaurant by Karim Rashid a truly unique space to enjoy lunch or dinner at the Dubai Mall. When it comes to suave and contemporary designs, Karim Rashid is a name that reverberates in every ear. Every experience is composed of views, smells, tastes and sounds; here, the senses create individual backgrounds for a truly amazing global dining experience. The design creates an interesting texture for light and shadow, evoking the sand dunes in the desert. It is a unique environment of symmetry and balance that completely envelops the guests. It is a truly unique environment that takes one on a journey that is akin to evoking the sand dunes in the country in a contemporary envelop. Another wall in the restaurant is covered in a design that gets its inspiration from the Arabic letter S turned on its side. The organic look of the walls is something that is not uncommon for Karim, but the symmetrical nature of the entire restaurant really highlights just how beautiful the structure is.