Direct Imports By Liteco

LITECO can offer quality building materials and joinery from overseas for your projects if required.

For larger projects and times allowed, LITECO can significantly reduce construction costs by organising direct imports of building materials such as custom made furniture and joinery from China. This results in huge savings for our clients and brings a distinctive edge to our business.

LITECO have a network of reputable suppliers and contractors in China which service top class clients such as the Shangri-la Hotels in Asia and the Armani Brands.We aim to supply our clients with unique and feature products at affordable prices and ensuring quality at every step from manufacturing to installation.

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16 May 2022

Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2022 & how to Use it?

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Very Peri is Pantone’s colour of the year 2022. It is a unique shade of purple that encourages creativity and imagination. The colour belongs to the blue family, containing a violet red undertone.

Pantone’s executive stated that the colour is meant to enhance creativity and show off a lively attitude.

“The Pantone Color of the Year reflects what is taking place in our global culture, expressing what people are looking for that colour can hope to answer,” Laurie Pressman, vice president of the Pantone Color Institute, said in a press release.

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Very Peri, Pantone’s colour of the year 2022, is a unique shade of purple that encourages creativity and imagination.

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Why Very Peri?

We are living in transformative times.

Very Peri is a symbol of these times and the transition we are going through.  We are coming out of a period of isolation due to Covid, and our ideas and standards are changing. The digital aspect of our lives has also changed and we are stretching the limits of reality, opening the door to a dynamic virtual world where we can explore and create new colour possibilities. With trends in gaming, the expanding popularity of the metaverse and the rise of the digital space, PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri illustrates how colour in the digital world and the physical world can fuse.

Interior design examples

Very Peri has great potential so don’t be afraid to experiment with this bold and fun colour. Use this colour to infuse a fresh, dynamic and joyous vibe into your interiors.

Here is it used in Cafe Krujok. Together, architect Eduard Eremchuk and designer Katy Pititskaya, have designed an “unusual, slightly crazy and unreal” pastry cafe.

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Another example is a hamburger cafe in Italy called Bun Milan – creating a sophisticated but fun interior.

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Tips on how to use Very Peri

This colour is very versatile – making it easy to combine with both warm and cool tones.

  1. Match with the right colours: This carefree colour pairs well with white, pink, beige, green. Also, it offers great value when paired with orange and yellow.
  2. Use it as an accent wall: Break away from neutral walls and introduce Very Peri as an accent wall.
  3. Use it a a pop of colour: Or if a whole wall is too much, use Very Peri as a pop of colour, an artwork, a chair or even a vase!


For a professional restaurant fitout call the team at Liteco Projects, Sydney’s leading hospitality fitout specialists.Contact us on 02 8068 175
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13 May 2022

Restaurant Design Trends for 2022

The pandemic has forced the restaurant and food industry to go through a complete overhaul and restaurant interior design has had a rethink too. 2022 is, and will be, a year of big changes – here’s a list of some restaurant design trends we are noticing.

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The Rooftop Dining Experience

Rooftop dining is a restaurant design trend that’s here to stay. Outdoor dining of course grew in popularity due to the pandemic, but rooftops have come into their own.

If your restaurant has roof access and you are able to obtain the proper permits to build on your roof, it’s likely to be a good investment to turn your roof into a dining space. Add umbrellas in summer, outdoor patio heaters in winter and even dome igloos (!) and use your rooftop all year round.

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Texture, Texture, Texture

It is all about being unique and texture is here to stay.

Restaurant interior design trends are seeing a greater focus on mixing and layering different textures and finishes. Patterned fabrics are paired with plush textiles and wooden floors; metal lighting fixtures are paired with concrete-like flooring and wall finishes; artworks are added to give an extra layer of interest.

Furniture is also mixed and matched. Contrasting furniture has been a trend in home design and is moving into restaurant spaces to help people feel even more at home. Find tables and chairs that are the same colour, but different style.

Making a statement and being unique have never been more important.

 

Local Flavour

It is all about experience and restaurants need to be memorable.

Locally sourced ingredients has been a trend for a while, but now we’re seeing the physical space reflect the community as well. 2022 is seeing an emphasis on both custom-made and hand-made elements for restaurants, creating a unique, recognisable style for each establishment.

Associating a restaurant with local roots, local artists and local craftsmen, allows a restaurant to score big points with customers.

Industrial Continues

The industrial trend continues in 2022 – unfinished concrete surfaces, metal pipes, visible ducts, high ceilings and exposed structural systems.

The hospitality industry has seen a massive adoption of this trend over the last 2 decades with restaurants taking their cue from old warehouses and factories, with designers using materials such as leather and wood and good lighting to soften these often harsh interiors.

Seating Comfort

Making customers feel at home is a definite trend with more upholstery, soft pillows and cushioned seats used in the form of booths, chairs, and lounge areas.

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Inspired by Nature


2022 is tapping into the power of plants with some restaurants even growing their own vegetables. These can be used as part of the decor, as there is no doubt, natural greenery is beautiful.

Without a doubt, this restaurant interior design trend is one that will never fade away.

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Open Kitchen Concept

Restaurants have increasingly begun incorporating the open kitchen restaurant into interior design.

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Having a view of the open kitchen, not only builds trust and displays transparency it also turns food prep into theatre. An open kitchen provides an immersive experience, with diners able to see, smell, and hear their food being made.

The team at Liteco Projects are experts in office fitouts and refurbishments that future-proof work spaces, promote productivity and bring a homely feel to working environments – call us to find out more.

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that help take your business to the next level.

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26 Apr 2022

Ideas for office fitouts that increase productivity and employee happiness

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Office fitouts and refurbishments have always needed to keep up with the times, however, since the pandemic, work spaces must now evolve to suit different requirements. Productivity is always high on the list for any office refurbishments or new fitouts, however these spaces now need to be more welcoming to employees.

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This is because of the Great Resignation, a movement that began during the pandemic lockdowns. With time to reassess their lives, many employees became unhappy with their work/life balance which no longer suited their needs.

Working from home became a motivating factor that has resulted in a hybrid model that combines both remote work with time at the office.

This means that office fitouts and refurbishments need to be highly flexible whilst at the same time making employees feel at home when at the office.

Safety, collaborative spaces, face-to-face interactions and relaxation spaces are all strategies that can be used to help employees feel comfortable at work and part of a community.

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Ideas to increase productivity
& make your employees feel happier

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So here are seven ideas for office refurbishments and new fitouts that will not only increase productivity but also help employees feel happy in their working environment.

1. Indoor Plants

Bring the outdoors inside with professional indoor plantings.

2. Define Space with Colours

Use colours and textures to define individual spaces.

3. Open Office Spaces

Incorporate open office spaces to encourage social distancing and easy communications.

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4. Relaxation Lounges

Include relaxation lounges with a homely feel where employees can rest and recharge.

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5. Leisure Spaces

Design leisure or recreational spaces where employees can play games and really unwind at work.

6. Transformable Spaces

Create transformable spaces with movable walls that provide small private spaces or larger areas for meetings.

7. Hot desking

Include hot-desks to allow multiple employees to use the same computer on different days.

The team at Liteco Projects are experts in office fitouts and refurbishments that future-proof work spaces, promote productivity and bring a homely feel to working environments – call us to find out more.

 

Want more office inspiration?

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Liteco Projects offer office fitouts in Sydney that help take your business to the next level – call us to find out more.
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Amazing Restaurant Fitout Designs from around the World

With an abundance of choice, the restaurant industry is more competitive than ever and a competitive edge is crucial for success.

Great service and amazing food are of course essential, however, for an outstanding dining experience, ambience and restaurant design are critical – and that is where the restaurant fit out comes in as a restaurant’s overall design and layout play a vital role in the restaurant’s success.

In this light, Liteco has gathered together some amazing restaurant fitout design examples from around the world.

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Veneno

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Website: https://venenorestaurante.com/

Veneno Restaurant in Guadalajara, Mexico, was designed by Monteon Arquitectos Asociados and Pragma Studi. It was voted by Dezeen as one of the top restaurant interiors.

The restaurant was inspired by desert hues and the haciendas of Mexico and the ceiling shows a  a labyrinth of ancient ruins taking its inspiration from the archeological site of Casas Grandes.

Trois Cafe

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The Trois Cafe by Architect and interior designer Nelson Chow, principal of NC Design & Architecture is designed as a tribute to Hong Kong’s housing estates.

With its bubblegum colours, retro-futuristic design, handcrafted details and brutalist geometry it may Hong Kong’s most Instagrammable cafe.

Sketch

Sketch Restaurant is in ritzy Mayfair, comprised of 4 separate restaurants, each with their own unique design.

From an enchanted forest to a quirky patisserie to a Parlour with elegant Louis XV chairs with legs encased in white ballet shoes – this is the epitome of “Alice in Wonderland” eccentricity,

Website: https://sketch.london/

50% Cloud Artist’s Lounge

50% Cloud is a cavernous restaurant within a brick art installation in Mile City in Yunnan province, China.

The structure looks like a giant cluster of termite mounds and the interior is deliberately pared back so that the building is the main focus.

The furniture and layout compliment the curves of the structure and as the walls of the building could not be decorated, the focus is on the light that filtering through the skylights and onto the bricks, creating patterns throughout the day.

The Alchemist Dome

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Expect the unexpected!! This is the mantra of the Alchemist Restaurant in Copenhagen and with a 3 hour gastronomic extravaganza under a dome with a flickering aurora borealis above it lives up to its mission.

Designed by Studio Duncalf this is a dining and entertaining space featuring a combination of theatre, warmth and intimacy in Denmark.

Website: https://vioso.com/alchemist-dome/

Feeling inspired? Talk to Liteco.

 

Liteco Projects offer hospitality fitouts for restaurants in Sydney that help take your business to the next level – call us to find out more.
Speak to our expert team about restaurant fitouts and design.
Contact us on 02 8068 1755

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