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Tsukimi Restaurant / Studio Tack

September 13, 2019 Pilar Caballero 0

Tsukimi offers a modern take on kaiseki, a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner. The name “Tsukimi” literally translates to “moon viewing” and refers to a mid-autumn harvest festival honoring the moon is at its fullest and brightest.

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Jolly Gastro Lab Bar / Laje 54 Arquitetura

September 11, 2019 Daniel Tapia 0

Located in a very busy corner of the city, in a building that originally housed an old grocery store. With bricks and large openings, the Jolly Gastro Lab is certainly noticed by those who pass by. Lab (Lab) was the keyword, so the environment should have this unfinished and deconstructed vibe, in constant experiments and changes. The building should support the idea of the bar: drinks and gastronomy.

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Sadhu Restaurant / Le House

September 2, 2019 Daniel Tapia 0

Sadhu’s space is open and friendly with the main color are dark wood and the blue of mallard duck that will reflect a part of the architecture of Hoi An ancient town (a small old town located in the Central Vietnam) and diners get immersed in an extremely relaxed space. Each line of Sadhu repeats more or less from the architecture in Hoi An. In addition to the details of the Buddhist spirit such as pure feelings like clouds, frankincense. Diners also find familiar feelings of traditional Vietnamese houses. This is also a pure Vietnamese element that Sadhu wishes to bring to customers, each tree-covered tile roof is built with the hope of giving customers a space to enjoy peace, quiet, but still warm.

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Nicha Tujia Restaurant / Atelier A

August 29, 2019 Collin Chen 0

Nicha, meaning “Hello” in the Tujia dialect, is the name of Atelier A’s latest project, a restaurant specialized in Tujia cuisine. Its natural and rustic decoration features the ethnic style and artistic traditions of the Tujia people.

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Lomenz Restaurant / Kanisavaran Architectural Group

August 29, 2019 Daniel Tapia 0

The project is located on Chizar Sq. in Tehran, Iran. Design started in 2010 and construction was completed in early 2011. It covers a surface of 300 m2 The initial position of the project aims to provide a unique Restaurant where knowledge sparks will be lighted through multidisciplinary communication. The concept of this design roots in the traditional form of Iranian architecture.

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Bullguer Center / SuperLimão Studio

August 19, 2019 Pilar Caballero 0

The center of São Paulo is characterized by the diversity of surroundings of diferent natures that we can find. Between boardwalks and viaducts, the sometimes inhospitable or chaotic scenario can offer a momentary welcome in a safe environment. And why not with chips and mayonnaise apart?

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laii Restaurant / maison h

August 8, 2019 Collin Chen 0

Three girls found a former gorilla zookeeper to create Beijing’s most refined dining experience, because they shared a passion for fine dining, art and nature. Three things seemingly impossible to combine in contemporary Beijing.

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Jess Restaurant / Biancoebianca

August 6, 2019 Daniel Tapia 0

The concept of our project follows a contrast of bright and dramatic colors and has a strong geometrical symbol that keeps on repeating in the space to throw different materials, shapes, colors, and objects. The half-circle, present in the logo of the restaurant and the interior space, a symbol for Biancoebianca studio. Simple patterns and materials are combined to create a  minimal but pop up the interior. The box in box effect, the wow factor of the restaurant breaks the rules of the space. There are more patterns created by simple geometry, more colors usage. The design style is starting to look more dramatic rather than fresh and bubbly. The designers used a Wes Anderson color palette.

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The Walls Children’s Teaching Restaurant / N/A

August 2, 2019 Andreas Luco 0

China’s explosive growth has been fueled by a large rural to urban migration which has left large parts of the countryside depopulated. At present China is losing around 300 rural villages per day and the Chinese government is looking for rural development models capable of preserving rural life, considered the foundation of traditional Chinese culture and values. Growing affluence allows an increasing number of Chinese to take holidays and travel within China. Rural villages that are attractive and offer good facilities can hope to find new sources of income from tourism.