Restaurant JUNIORs

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"Junior" is a restaurant that showcases bold and creative interior design. In Junior, we've used modern art pieces to make the space unique and inspiring. Designer lights brighten up the place, while handmade wall paintings add a personal touch. We've also used a lot of decorative plants to bring a bit of nature indoors. The lights we've chosen make the place feel warm and welcoming. The furniture, covered in soft fabrics, is comfy and makes guests feel at home. "Junior" is a restaurant that's been designed with a lot of thought and creativity. It's a place where guests can feel comfortable while enjoying their meal in a beautiful and artistic setting.


Roseville, CA

Square feet:

3600 sf




Olha Martynets - Chief Designer, Konstantin Yakimenko- Co-founder, Tim Zadyrko- Chief Operations Officer,  Anton Removskyi- Designer Visualizer, Garry Osipov- Lead Architect


The main challenge lies in striking the perfect balance between boldness and harmony. The residence should captivate and surprise, yet remain in harmony with the natural surroundings and traditional Mediterranean architectural principles. The use of unconventional materials, experimental layouts, and unexpected design elements should have been carefully integrated into the overall composition.


The core architectural concept of Anemone project revolves around creating distinct sections for the main residence and a guest house, complemented by a dedicated spa area. To accentuate the prominence of the main house, a strategically designed wall has been incorporated in front of the guest house. This wall not only serves as a visual element that conceals the guest house, but also establishes a sense of movement and effectively organizes the space for guest parking.


YODEZEEN studio’s architects took terracotta plaster, boasting a rich and vibrant hue, as the foundational material for the house’s facade. The plinth is accentuated using travertine, while attention is drawn to the guest house and sunken elements through the use of natural masonry stone. One intriguing aspect of the design lies in the concealed connection between the roof and load-bearing walls, resulting in a seamless and invisible junction.In order to emphasize the main entrance, two techniques were employed. The first entails an architectural approach, featuring a canopy that gracefully shelters the entrance. The second technique is implemented in the landscape design, utilizing pathways, artistic elements at the entrance, and a consciously placed fire feature to create a sense of movement and visual intrigue.