Bama Lohas Café by Kengo Kuma, Tokyo

April 24th, 2012 by retail design blog

The atmosphere is typical of old Japanese restaurant in Tokyo. Bama Lohas Cafe is designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates. The roof, the insulation of the room and the restaurant’s walls are decorated with wicker. Single lamp design is made with strands of dry bark. Classic furniture chairs and tables are also made of wood and varnish to taste. Good combination of restaurant design and furniture in Bama Cafe Lohas.











http://2interior-design.com/new-japanese-restaurant-design-bama-lohas-cafe/
http://kkaa.co.jp

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