Graphic: Zahr is a new cafe and bar offering middle eastern cuisine that gives people tastes from another part of the world. The Zahr letter forms were created to echo arabic typefaces. The support pattern is a contemporary take on arabic patterns. The pattern is degraded to give the sense of history and time past. These two elements have been used across a broad range of applications and manage to stay fresh and interesting in each one.
Interior: Located in amongst the dining hub of King William Road, Zahr Mezze Bar is another Enoki collaboration of interior and graphics. Defining the main bar, Oregon timber and an Armadillo rug juxtapose the concrete, stone and steel elements of the space. Custom hanging steel frames, echoing the environmental graphics, break up the dining space encouraging drop down locations of scattered pendant lights. Internal and external dining zones include a variety of seating modes with custom communal tables made by Gareth Brown and the Enoki Bean Stool.