Cotta Cafe on the gaming floor of the casino uses a wide range of different textiles in there space from ceramic light fittings, tiled table/walls, marble look counter (quartz) and wood paneling on the ceiling.
(CHOSEN RESTAURANT) This image shows the entrance of the Conservatory at the Crown. The signage is at a localised scale to make the entrance more inviting. The entrance is wide and spacious and shows people what the restaurant has to offer.
(CHOSEN RESTAURANT) This image shows the monumental scale of the interior of this restaurant. The grandness of this room is in proportion with the large pendant lights and mirrors on the walls. The space is not overly big but the white walls and mirrors enlarge the space. I partially love the weaved roof, its such an unique design.
(CHOSEN RESTAURANT) These light pendants are located on the outside of the restaurant. The layering of the wooden details make a traditional look to the outside while the lighting creates a romantic and calm mood.
(CHOSEN RESTAURANT) The tiles on the floor of the Conservatory are marble, bringing a soft luxury to the interior. The marble has also been carried out in the rectangle shapes on the walls. The ceiling is lower at the entrance and then has a two story dining area that is bright and spacious.
(CHOSEN RESTAURANT) The entrance of the restaurant has the same black tiles that are throughout the whole Crown casino. They then change to the marble tiles to show the different area. The lighting is manly from the large windows on the far side of the interior but there is also lighting on the floor to illuminate areas of interest.
Conservatory: On the perimeter of the restaurant the paneling contiunes and in place of the openings they replaced with mirrors which goes very well with the style of the decor bright, white and luxe. The repetition makes it just flow perfectly with the front paneling.
Conservatory: The repetition of the panels is repeated the whole way the down the front of the restaurant which is very pleasing to the eye. In the front section the panels are left open so you can look in and gives you sense of curiosty and interest that entices you to want to go in.
Conservatory: The style of the Conservatory is very french with the muted colours and uses of luxury materials like marble and silk, even the trees they have use are manicured and neat all these attributes plus the large use of symmetry makes the space aesthetically pleasing.