Like all our projects with start-up restauranteurs, often on their first brick and mortar endeavors, we approached the design of Inday with an eye towards creating a small public space that allows individuals to enjoy innovative, yet casual, fare in a comfortable setting evocative of the brand ethos. The vision for this new fast-casual Indian restaurant comes from the young owner’s memories of his mother’s cooking: food, which was surprising, full of interesting tastes, and made with the freshest ingredients. Free from cliched imagery, we alluded to the food’s origins by embracing the airy columned space. Perforated wall panels, custom wood and steel furnishings, abundant plants, and a large glowing neon circle create a pleasantly peaceful, almost meditative, environment, providing a mealtime respite in a busy city neighborhood.
2,500 sf Interior Fit-Out
New York, NY
Concept Design, Architecture, Interior Design, Custom Millwork and Light Fixtures, Furnishings/Furnishing/Equipment