Morimoto Waikiki restaurant by Schoos Design, Honolulu – Hawaii

March 4th, 2013 by retail design blog

Like our design for Morimoto Napa, the goal was to impart the essence of Japanese design without directly referencing specific Japanese culture. This was accomplish by maintaining simplicity and limited colors and textures, like the simplicity of a zen garden. Natural artifacts like live moss and large corals are used as art pieces, including coral fixtures in the ceiling that are lit from above and moss inside glass tables, giving the impression of dining on a flowing stream.

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http://schoos.designshuffle.com/portfolio/morimoto-waikiki

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