DINING+DESIGN series (part 5) — are F&B concept developers missing out on the full potential of their dining experience?

August 28, 2014

these 5 discussions with your designer can unlock that potential part 1  —  the first encounter » part 2  —  the journey » part 3  —  the dynamics » part 4  —  the essentials of furniture specifications » part 5  —  the great outdoors are you leveraging skyline views, waterfront vistas, sunsets, people watching, and […]

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DINING+DESIGN series (part 4) — are F&B concept developers missing out on the full potential of their dining experience?

August 21, 2014

these 5 discussions with your designer can unlock that potential part 1  —  the first encounter » part 2  —  the journey » part 3  —  the dynamics » part 4  —  the essentials of furniture specifications you may not have witnessed a chair break down under the weight of man. but multiple interviews with […]

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DINING+DESIGN series (part 3) — are F&B concept developers missing out on the full potential of their dining experience?

August 14, 2014

these 5 discussions with your designer can unlock that potential part 1  —  the first encounter » part 2  —  the journey » part 3  —  the dynamics balancing the trio of social engagement, aesthetics, and efficiency defines the dynamics of the space. the dynamics of the space is often shaped by the type of […]

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DINING+DESIGN series (part 2) — are F&B concept developers missing out on the full potential of their dining experience?

August 7, 2014

these 5 discussions with your designer can unlock that potential part 1  —  the first encounter » part 2  —  the journey designing how your guests flow through the space is as important to the dining experience as considering how your staff move about. the flow starts as soon as your guests approach your space. […]

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DINING+DESIGN series (part 1) — are F&B concept developers missing out on the full potential of their dining experience?

July 31, 2014

these 5 discussions with your designer can unlock that potential this dining area is designed so that everyone at the table has a clear view to the outside. the backs of the chairs are designed to be very high, enclosing the diners, and creating an intimate feel to the gathering. the light is removed from […]

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what’s for dinner tonight? new experiences of eating-out

April 18, 2012

we value our time-out activities. we increasingly eat out, for work or fun. we have less time but want to spend it more pleasantly. “eating-out” is becoming more than a fashion; it’s now a solid habit, sometimes a necessity, but will always remain a desire, far beyond the need to eat. “eating out” is not […]

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