Tysta Mari Restaurant
The recently renovated Östermalms Saluhall. Textured walls and mirrors add tactility and lightness. The bar is clad in glazed tiles with thick grout, matched with polished stainless steel detailing. Stairs leading up to the bistro and the balcony with a great view of the entire hall. Communal table in the upstairs bistro. A stainless steel kitchen for a clean expression.
Tysta Mari is a new restaurant designed by Note, located in the recently renovated Östermalms Saluhall. Founded in 1888, the market hall is an institution in Stockholm, a place to enjoy delicious food or shop for fresh produce in a historical setting.
We centred our design approach around the fundamental experience of sharing food, as well as drawing on the four natural elements of earth, air, water, and fire – essential ingredients for eating and cooking – to create a welcoming environment that feels effortless, unexpected, and full of charm. Our design concept translates these principles not only in the overall layout of the restaurant, but also through its materiality. You’ll find glazed tiles applied with thick grout, stone, and ceramics – as well as gauzy textiles and bespoke objects to facilitate a thoroughly thoughtful dining experience.
for Melanders Group
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