It's been November already. And it's been awhile from our last Weekend Projects post. This time, we share a simple Japanese restaurant design with you.
We are playing Japanese fusion style this time. If you see mostly Japanese designs use wooden texture and light color, in here you'll see the wood only used as the accent in carvings. We are presenting the Japanese style in bamboo and lanterns.
We make a quite dramatic entrance by presents a wall full of accent: mirrors, wood carvings, and murals about the restaurant. As the other side of the wall is bamboo partition. We design the distance between one another bamboo so they will look like natural and not too crowded. In the end of the entrance, you will see the big restaurant 's logo and we called it console table as they can put their menu books on the table.
We covered the wall in some different materials: paint, mirrors, artificial grass, wood carving, mosaic tiles, and food posters. Makes the bigger room look pretty full in a good way. We design a spot lighting from a lantern mix with three mason jars lamp which out from the lantern.
To connect with the other world, we make a big windows made in black colors. We put the noren (a Japanese curtain) as the accent. We also use bamboo as a divider between one table and another.
OK. That's all for this week's Weekend Projects. On Wednesday, we will reveal the outdoor area of Soyokaze Japanese Restaurant.
Thank you for reading!
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