I like the idea. What kind of material can be built this form?
Thank You :)! Must be some sort of lightweight plastics i think...Working on it!
good idea, but still needs to improve and put in an restaurant environment
Thanks! Trying to update soon...
Wow....the idea is interesting!! I would see how is possible move this object in the restaurant!
Thank you! Coming soon :)
May be this link could be useful to take your idea further ; )
oh nice! Thank you! Hmm pretty similiar... I`ll try to make my concept more individual..
Oh my - this is very interesting.
Can't wait to see it set up and arranged in the restaurant space.
You could play with materials with this and also with different types of furniture on the sides to suit different meals or occasions.
Looking forward to updates.
Thank you! Hope to make it till deadline ;)!
hey wow, this looks very promising. Having a hard time imagining how that would work in the actual restaurant size - how do you flip it around, how do you make sure nobody gets hurt haha - well, you got me very curious, can't wait to see your updates!
haha thx! hoping to send updates soon...
This restaurant need some body building people.haha.
But your idea look god if work machinic.
Need some deteil.
:)! Coming soon
very nice idea, dont know whether you can do it more than 2 sides? wheel of change ...
actually there are four sides..! But thanks man :)!
it is good! looks for the vitra furniture!)
ah thx! will look for it...
Well dezine ... I complimented you from the start and your fallow- up is very good.
Please do not take this the wrong way when I say that I wish to see this developed into a library design.
It just does not scream "restaurant" to me or " Marriott".
Please do not take this the wrong way. You are innovative and talented. I think I'll read about you in professional magazines in a few years.
I sincerely wish you good luck !!!
And BTW this moved up on the scale for me now - I appreciate your updates :)
Well Irina_Cajvaneanu, that's a very nice compliment and i appreciate your opinion and your advice! I hope you'll be in these professional magazines as well! :) And I'm glad you like the concept. But I also see you don't love it! Just as i do with your concept for the Penny Plot! And thats of course no problem! But it seems a bit strange to me that you blame me to leave dishonest comments...! So thats not my style! But I hope the situation is now settled!
Thx again for the comment :)!
Sorry for the misunderstanding! Thx and best wishes!!! ;)
I'm a bit confused. But I guess we understood each-other in the end, isn't that so ?
Again all my best wishes !
haha yes! Sorry again my fault! Best wishes to you too :)!
Nice concept!Bit casual for the Marriott, I think..best of luck!
Thank you Kijedi! :)
Great idea, and illustrations!
Nice Comment! :) Thxs a lot Neski!!
Interesting piece of furniture..
thx rukhsana :)!
hmm...a bit similar..but you can't turn them i thnk...!
How do you get power to the units? Since so much of your design relies on lighting, heating the water, projectors, etc, I would think you need to address this.
Thanks for asking :)! First of all the electroluminiscent wires don't need much electricity! Also the heat exchangers don't, because they have to decrease/increase the water's temperature only a few degrees to change the mood.
But to answer your question: there are power points hidden in the ceiling and on two diagonal edge points of the modules. So the elements can be plugged in in every possible position to get access to electricity!
Thank you for asking so that i could explain this fact!