Gyu Kaku Japanese Yakinku Restaurant by MAS STUDIO, Hong Kong

May 5th, 2014 by retail design blog

We incorporated a variety of elements to insinuate nature inside and outside the restaurant, such as placing light-boxes made from tree trunks at the entrance, and white tree-shaped cut-outs on the exterior-facing glass window. Natural light coming in through the window casts tree-shaped shadows that fill the restaurant’s interior, creating a forest-like environment. Dried twig ornaments are placed on a glass wall on the other side of the restaurant.

For the centerpiece of the venue, we created a feature wall with laser cut black and colored wood veneer tree and bird shapes. For lighting we chose a metal chandelier reminiscent of kerosene lamps, evoking memories of camping in the woods.

Designed by Monique Lee / MAS STUDIO




















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