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Kai’s Son­gbird Restaurant

Corinthia Yacht Club – Kai's Songbird Restaurant

Doha - Qatar

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Crystal Paradise

The restaurant’s de­veloper, United Development Company, fell in love with our Crystal Biosphere concept that tells and interprets the story of natural life, playfully portraying the outdoor beauty that surrounds us. This story is now being shared at the Corinthia Yacht Club’s Kai’s Son­gbird Restaurant in Qatar.

The concept of the restaurant is akin to an oasis where people from all over the world meet to share stories. The design has created a calming space adorned with crystal flowers, birds, trees, and an array of flavours, sounds, and scents.
Crystal Field surrounds the tree consisting of more than 260 crystal stems reflecting the light and sparkling like morning dew.
Based on our Crystal Biosphere concept Preciosa designer Anežka Závadová adapted the Crystal Tree and Crystal Field designs to meet the interior concept’s requirements. Crystal Tree’s trunk stand nearly 2.5 metres tall and is made from manzanita. Surrounding it are delicate birds and leaves, swirling as if playing in the wind.
Crystal Paradise

Project in numbers

  • 280 kilograms of weight
  • 250 hand-blown crystal leaves
  • 269 crystal drops in the meadow
  • 12 crystal birds in the manzanita tree

Location

Corinthia Yacht Club

The Corinthia Yacht Club’s maritime and modernity reflect the heritage and innovation that have combined to create Doha’s exciting energy. We too honour our heritage and embrace innovation to create lighting designs full of energy and emotion.
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Who is behind the project

Anežka Závadová

Anežka Závadová

For Anežka, the opportunity to work on large crystal lighting installations while bringing new ideas to projects motivates her.

Anežka Závadová Preciosa Lighting Senior Designer

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