Atlantis Blue seafood restaurant by Panorama, Hong Kong

April 4th, 2014 by retail design blog

Atlantis is a legendary island in ancient Greek myth. Inspired by the legend of Atlantis, Atlantis Blue is a fine restaurant that serves quality fusion food and wine. The spatial concept of Atlantis Blue comes from a mysterious and story-telling theme—in which vintage timber was used in both flooring and walls, with ancient maps and Greek writings imprinted in a unique blue colour on the walls.

A mirror stainless steel ceiling was also adopted for the purpose of expanding the ceiling height. The reflective ceiling was specially laser cut in a pattern that was inspired by underwater movements and features. Spotlights are placed above the ceiling in three areas where a special lighting shadow effect was created on the timber flooring.

Designed by Panorama


























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