“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!” ― Ted Grant
From this above lines the process of Ezham Suvai (Seventh Taste) which evolved from the music album “Colors of India” by music artist Ganesh & Kumerash… Here we want to compose a form which will alter the end user according to the crowd and still maintain its theme at any given point of time…The spaces are lit with different type of lighting systems and the different to wall art of different culture in one single roof.
This restaurant is located on main road which connects the Tiruchirappalli city and the collector’s office. Since to make the restaurant prominent the front façade is fully treated with clear glass and to cut down the sun light it has wooded louvers in its fenestrations. This restaurant is planned with reception, sixty seat of dine area which has the flexibility to add or subtract the tables. At the center of space a traditional design is carved to break to create visual surprises at the rear part of the restaurant.
Only simple straight lines are used in the planning of the spaces and also during the process of its walls and ceiling…only there is difference in levels of false ceiling which take along with its lighting schemes. Here all the wall painting which tells about the different culture, heritage, and colors schemes of India..
The central ceiling part which plays a main design spine of the project and it has blue tone with the traditional design pattern which gives the metaphor of filtering the sky with the traditional Indian art pattern…
The combinations and shades of wood, glass, white false ceiling which brings the spaces of traditional transparences with the modern outfit…..