Fusing the dramatic and lush landscape of the Syrian-Jordanian valley with Mezza House’s cuisine, the restaurant is divided into “a succession of naturally flowing areas“ rather than a single open-planned layout, which plays a key role in the overall redesign.
Taking inspiration from the Yarmouk River Valley was a “designer's dream”, according to Pallavi Dean, founder of Roar, as the landscape of the valley “offers an incredible array of textures and colours.
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