design et al are delighted to announce that Axis.ID have been shortlisted for Restaurant– Global Award in The International Hotel & Property Awards 2019.
AXIS.ID envisaged Madame Fan to be a modem Art Deco Masterpiece, that will bring you back to the late 1930’s Art Deco Era. Reminiscing an interior ambience which will breathe an air of opulence, refined elegance and glamour to historical NCO Club. Designed to provide the backdrop for acclaimed restaurateur Alan Yau’s Unique Old School Chinese Cuisine, the interiors are boldly accentuated with colours of Chinese references, amidst a changing orchestration of music, and theatrical mood lighting. The resultant Madame Fen is a feast for all senses.
Starting from the reception, the space is domed by two Gold Art Deco screens and completed with a Bold Black reception counter, that showcases the hallmark geometric pattern, featured on the screens. The colonnaded hallway reflects the same details of Gold and Black moulding to bring about the column’s decoration. The black and white marble tiles and the carpets are all based on a Hallmark custom geometrical design, that was created by AXIS for Madame Fan. This pattern is also carried through the wall sconces and screens.
Through most of the space were in metallic gold and black, the main dining is lavished with bright and bold velvet red, and an auspicious Chinese colour that compliments the Old School Chinese Culinary Concept, created by Alan Yau. The bar lounge and 5 private dining rooms have their own distinct colours, turquoise and teal. As these spaces are situated along the windows and are visually connected to the outdoor, the Teal colour is selected to complement the lush Greenery surrounding the premises. The VIP private dining room transcends luxury and glamour.
Gold, yellow and black, being the prominent colours in the palette, represent the Glitz and grandeur of the room, with an elegant custom designed fireplace, crystal chandelier and wall sconces, in the same Art Deco Design and details of the roaring fate 30’s.