Renesa completes “grotto-like” interior for Tin Tin restaurant

Indian architecture and interiors studio Renesa has completed a restaurant in Chandigarh with curving walls, ceilings and countertops blanketed in mosaic tiles.

Tin Tin is a pan-Asian dining venue with an experimental menu, which New Delhi-based Renesa was asked to reflect in its design for the restaurant’s interior.

The Tin Tin restaurant features curved walls and countertops

The studio aimed to create a rich and engaging experience for guests, unfolding gradually as they move around the space.

This is achieved by breaking up Tin Tin’s floor plan with curved walls and built-in furnishings that combine to from various different seating nooks and zones.

A gridded mosaic covers surfaces across the

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