This Mediterranean-inspired brasserie features many lamps, artwork and lighting found in vintage stores in Paris by designer Robert McKinely. Most of the hardware was custom designed and manufactured by Charles Schmidt in Paris, while the floor of the restaurant was hand laid personally by Mckinley himself. There is also original artwork by legendary Cuban artist Julio Larraz and Kerry Irvine along with large prints by photographers: Jacques Henri Lartigue, Slim Aarons and Scott Rudin.
KLIMA Restaurant & Bar
The multi-floor Spanish restaurant was actually designed by restaurant co-owners Pablo Fernández-Valdés and Yago Giner. The theme throughout is "soft woods" with the space featuring all different types of wood from the beige wood on the ceiling that has been dried and aged for six months, to the natural oak floors to the "Caoba" tropical red wood tables. What really stands out is large built-in book shelf the separates the bar area from the main dining room filled with a stretch of tables and couches.
This gorgeous of a restaurant — and Eater Miami's winner for Cold Stone Stunner 2015— takes its interior design cue from the "the grandeur of Colonial Peru." The space features four main areas, complete with bespoke timber floors and reclaimed terra cotta tiling. The Pisco Bar is covered in hand painted leather and features custom-made seating while the Members Lounge features over-the-top details that contrast with distressed walls, filled with gold leaf, of course, and ceiling.