Toss N Curry Expressive Motifs With a limited palette of natural materials, and an even more restrained use of solid colour, Konan Design enables a neighbourhood restaurant specialising in Indian and Western cuisine to garner as much attention as it can - as tastefully as possible. The central themes of the Toss N Curry restaurant spill out the front, demanding the attention of passers-by with high contrast blocks of colour in the retractable awning and easily recognisable barstools inspired by Xavier Pauchard. Tiles bearing minimalist reimagining of Peranakan motifs cover the floor of the alfresco dining area, wrapping up the columns to maximise visibility and giving distant observers clues as to the cuisine served here. A red brick wall at the restaurant’s threshold echoes the brand colours in earthy tones, while the floor is tiled in a more beguiling pattern reminiscent of Central Asian geometry. On the inside, a long bar counter is accompanied by lightweight bar stools accented with padded seats in red, providing casual diners with a view of the passing world from behind a half-wall of wood and glass. The enchanting motifs at the entryway lead attention to the reception - a built-up console shaped with jewel-like facets that hint to the quality of meal to be expected. Kolam-inspired patterns float in wells of light on the ceiling, drawing the eye to a visual convergence of simplicity and complexity at the rear of the establishment. Inside, brand colours are limited to accents on upholstery and wall treatments, while white forms the background in stone and plaster. Beneath the brass shades of the hanging lamps, these empty stretches of white take on a warm and comforting sheen. Engineered wood surfaces and button-back upholstery in earthy tones camouflage the shared wall between two adjoining shop lots, unifying the premise and providing visual cohesion between the disparate brand colours. The invitingly upholstered chairs, with their legs seemingly dipped in gold, and similarly coloured accents on dusky wood panels, collectively project luxury. A semi-circular family area is sculpted in the centre of the premise with a dramatically backlit ring on the ceiling, transported via dripping crystal pendant lights to a round marble table. Thin aluminium columns drip down in gleaming red streams to subtly demarcate the family area and complement the upholstery. Insulated behind a folding wall of glass, large parties can enjoy the height of private dining within a gallery of intricate wall treatments, navy blue wainscoting, an opulent crystal chandelier, and a palatial marble table accompanied by button-back upholstery.