헬싱키에 1950년대 레스토랑을 개조하여 부드러운 핑크톤의 모던한 디자인을 드러낸 티크라인으로 재탄생시켰다. 호텔 팰리스(Hotel Palace) 10층에 위치한 레스토랑의 개조된 인테리어는 티크 베니어 벽과 어두운 청록색 카페트, 그리고 호텔의 기존 중세기 디자인에서 영감을 받은 커스텀한 트롤리를 갖추고 있다.
호텔 팰리스는 헬싱키 하계 올림픽에 맞춰 1952년에 오픈했는데, 독특한 네온황색간판을 특징으로 한다.
Located on the 10th floor of the historic Hotel Palace in the city's Eteläranta harbour area, the restaurant's revamped interiors feature teak veneer walls, dark teal carpet and custom-made trolleys inspired by the hotel's original mid-century design.
The Hotel Palace opened in 1952 to coincide with the Helsinki Summer Olympics. Designed by Finnish architects Viljo Revell and Keijo Petäja, it features a form that resembles an ocean liner topped with distinctive neon yellow signage.
The Palace restaurant was originally located opposite the hotel, and in 1987 it became the first Finnish restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star.
After the hotel building underwent a total renovation, the restaurant was relocated to its 10th floor – and Note Design Studio was brought on board to create the interiors.
"When [the restaurant] approached us, they didn't ask for a modern and trendy interior," said Note Design Studio. "On the contrary, they asked for something that will withstand time and honour the history and tradition of the Palace."