Byzance Restaurant -
Stained glass windows, painted mosaic, aged stucco, relief tiles, sculptures, painted murals
Scope of work
The interior designer gave a loose brief to create a restaurant which would have a Byzantine theme and give the
ambiance of being in an ancient Byzantine venue
Our Art Director researched the Byzantine era and produced drawings and reference work from that era.
Our team of professionals plastered the entire restaurant with a cementitious stucco and then overlaid the stucco
with a darker colour paint. In order to provide the required ancient look and feel, the walls were hand sanded to
create the impression of aging.
We painted mosaic tiles onto the stucco and on the floated cement floors. These areas were also sanded back
slightly to give a feeling of many years of wear and tear.
Dianne Guess, an accomplished sculptor, produced a Byzantine era sculpture which was moulded and reproduced several
times. The scupture was positioned strategically around the restaurant.
Lightweight Textile concrete
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