IkHa restaurant by Oatmeal Studio, The Hague – Netherlands

June 29th, 2012 by retail design blog

Ikha is a dining experience by Oatmeal Studio, where the concept of Ikea has been dismantled and translated into a restaurant interior. It´s not a self service restaurant in the usual sense of the word. We invite the visitors to participate and customize their surrounding while dining.

The guests fills in their ordering form with pencils and their dinner is served on trays, and brought to the shelve where they chooses to sit. The visitors can custom create their table setting from a selection of materials and cut their own tablecloth or placemats from a selection of wallpaper ready to measure and cut.









http://www.oatmealstudio.nl

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