Pizza 4P’s Expansion Project by 07Beach, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

January 17th, 2013 by retail design blog

It was year and a half ago, I made pizza 4P’s as my first work in Ho Chi Minh City. Thankfully, the restaurant has been so successful and seats have a chronic shortage. This is an expansion project to make a waiting bar, pizza oven and seats. Considering the balance between existence restaurant, I wanted to exceed customer’s expectation with an audacious space configuration, to fit this aspiring restaurant.

In particular, I placed a open bar taking advantage of high ceiling on the front, toward to the back made lower ceiling, and the floor rises with a slope, it brings customer to a calm seat which as if wrapping them. Main compositions of the space are arched ceiling and wall becoming a part, cladding in marbles, the purple floor which is the symbol color of this restaurant, the bar counter with crashed tiles.

I was a stranger year and a half ago, did not know about anything around but made a restaurant at one stretch. After that, I got experiences of creating in Vietnam, and the client has been learning of restaurant business more and more in the field. Those experiences made us to think about some doubts or issues which we did not think at that time, so had meetings plenty of times. Made several designs,and it took me half year for making 50㎡ restaurant. I hope that those time and effort spent on this brings back customer’s joy.

Designed by 07Beach

















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