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an upholstered bench

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Characteristic seating is a Moroccan banquette, a low-slung backless couch, which typically runs along all three walls forming a U-shape.
The banquettes also provide an efficient and dynamic operating system.
The final layout also includes the following areas: the front lounge; the standing and bar stool area between the bar and the opposite wall; a "VIP" area between the narrow end of the bar and the bathroom wall; and an intimate back area with a small banquette.
For an exhibition at Frankfurt's Galerie Michael Neff in 2004, Riedel, who was based in that city before moving to Berlin this year, duplicated the interiors of Robert Johnson, a famous local nightclub; but he installed everything upside down, with tables and banquettes hanging precariously from the ceiling.
From the Honduran mahogany trim, oriental carpeting on the floors and banquettes in reproduction antique silk blends and leather to the padded swivel armchairs, benches and small tables in the observation lounge, every detail has been painstakingly considered.
It's hard not to feel comfortable among Poggio's rich, Florentine-style trappings, which include curvy mohair banquettes, hand-cut Italian terra-cotta tiles, and mahogany paneling.
With its indoor water wall complete with carved heads, giant glitter ball, ultra long curved banquettes and leather chaise longues, restraint was not a word that figured largely in the interior designer's brief.
Throughout the atrium, we also incorporated a series of banquettes to provide convenient resting places for those traveling through and quieter conversation nooks for smaller groups.
She plans to add cushy banquettes along the patio walls and install mature trees in the interior.
Private is an intimate dining area with exotic wood tabletops, leather chairs, and circular banquettes, while Social showcases concrete floors, a large Cesar stone u-shaped bar, and window-front banquettes and tables for casual and communal dining.
The main floor, consisting of 3,300 s/f, features a large central lounge furnished with creamy leather banquettes, textured crocodile tiles and custom glass wails.
The center of the room has a coral ottoman with a spire and pouf, a Gatsby sofa from Kreiss, small chairs, banquettes and slipper chairs.
The influence is distracting, but it does seem to be a schoolboy crush: Anderson is more self-assured in paintings such as Welcome Series: Carib, 2005, a zingy interior interpenetrated with exterior views, mixing reflections of a cafe milieu (electric fans, banquettes, posters) with whitewashed architecture behind a stinging diamond-patterned grid that one takes for a window; the WELCOME written across it is presumably ironic, given that the work would seem to convey a divided mind-set, a soul nowhere at home.
At Mom Is Cooking in San Francisco's Excelsior district, you won't find high style or fancy decor (think red vinyl on the banquettes and beer logos on the walls).
Shish in Willesden Green has a designer-led interior of white leather banquettes, bamboo floors and stylish furnishings.