Japanese Noodle restaurant by STILE / Ietsugu Ohara, Osaka

November 21st, 2012 by retail design blog

For this noodle restaurant in Osaka, Ietsugu Ohara of Stile Space Industrial Arts+ completely refurbished the space to create a houses-within-a-house design. From the outside, the restaurant has an industrial feel, with a glass window that gives the appearance of warehouse doors left partly open. Within, built-in booths are housed inside miniature, peak-roofed houses, framing a central, wrap-around counter. The aesthetic is minimalist, but warm – the use of wood and hanging lights give the place a cosy feel that leaves rooms for throngs of noodle lovers in this 123-sq-m restaurant.

Photos courtesy Hirokazu Matsuoka.

http://www.frameweb.com/news/japanese-noodle-restaurant-by-stile-/-ietsugu-ohara

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