One of Beijing‘s hippest, newest restaurants ha just finished going up recently, and Golucci International Design is the firm behind the fresh and airy concept of “P.S.”
The interior is a crisp mix of greens and whites arranged in just a way to give a burst of energy instead of promoting serene relaxation.
The booths on the one of the restaurant’s levels are a sleek flat white to complement the stark white tables and plain place settings. Each booth setting is separated from it’s parallel counterpart with a minty glass partition and a thin piece of white metal.
The astoundingly geometric shapes throughout the shell are offset by organic chrome suspended fixtures in cluster formations above an almost secluded set of booths.
In a more lounge style area of “P.S.” (or post script) the seating arrangements are more loose and organic, with a darker moody brown thrown in to the banquette addition chairs and bean bag seating (yes, bean bags!) as well an interesting organic element that extends up from the stair railing and makes plenty of twists and turns all over the ceiling.
Photos: Sun Xiangyu