First opened seven years ago, the flagship Wild Flour Restaurant in the Net Lima Building, in Bonifacio Global City, Philippines, has been renovated and expanded.
The refurbished store now incorporates the Farmacy, an ice cream and soda fountain outlet by the same owners, making it one of the biggest restaurants in the city.
The dining area has been extended and combined with the outdoor seating to accommodate more than 100 guests. A large theatre kitchen caters for the enlarged capacity.
In contrast to the modern glass-clad Net Lima building, the restaurant adopts a more relaxing and welcoming look, where co-workers, family and friends can gather.
The existing large columns in the space are incorporated into the design to create more intimate private dining areas, enhanced with brick arches to tie the overall look together.
As part of its sustainability efforts, the restaurant is refurbished using locally-sourced materials, such as bricks and floor tiles, and recycled wood planks.
Project Name: Wild Flour Restaurant
Location: Net Lima Building, BGC, Philippines
Completion Date: October 2018
Gross Floor Area: 360 square metres
Client/Owner: Wildflour Café + Bakery Co
Interior Design Firm: Larawan Ink Management Consultancy
Principal Designer: Lara Fernandez Barrios
Interior Fit-Out Contractor: Direction Wood and Rattan Center
Images: Larawan Ink Management Consultancy