Mandarin Oriental Ciao restaurant Location City: Bangkok, Thailand

Sectors:
Leisure, Hospitality
Services:
Architecture, Interiors
Studios:
Bangkok
Client:
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

Certifications:

A relaxing space within an Italian colonial environment

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Key Info

Includes:
A bar and restaurant renovation
Area:
200m² riverside destination
Cost:
£200,000
Completed:
2015

Blending Eastern & Western design

Inside the iconic Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Bangkok, with its trademark colonial architecture, Ciao Terrazza is a revitalised and stylish riverside restaurant, dedicated to fine Italian dining in a contemporary style.

This 200m² 25-year-old restaurant, inspired by the region of Naples, Italy, is a venue transformed - a space that blends with the colonial environment whilst feeling authentically Neapolitan.

Interior design concept - West side

Bright colours, stepped architecture, cast iron, wall finishes – throughout, the design concept recalls the towns of the Amalfi coast.

On the river-facing west side, with its unique lighting and bold colours, the ornate bar attracts the attention of people passing by on boats. The bar is one of the key design features of the restaurant, incorporating hand-painted Italian ceramic tiles from Naples.

Interior design concept - East side

The east side, towards the colonial hotel, possesses details and colours that connect these two spaces.

Chapman Taylor designed and managed the construction to make sure it connected to the buildings on the hotel’s premises.

For more information please contact:

Jon Grant / Oscar Martinez 
Directors  
T: +66 (0) 265 22 27 0 
Ejgrant@chapmantaylor.com / omartinez@chapmantaylor.com

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