Rong Restaurant by Golucci International Design, Tianjin – China

February 12th, 2015 by retail design blog

After entering the restaurant can see a lot of the theme pattern on the wall and ceiling, this pattern interpretation from pane on the doors of the Taihe palace of the Forbidden City, this pattern is called Shan Jiao Liu Wan, symbol the power of country of the Qung Dynasty.

Designer change scale of the ancient cultural symbols pattern, using metal plate cut to form a unique and stylish modern languages appear in the ceiling and walls. Abstract reflecting the mood of the Forbidden City, showing a view of traditional Chinese culture, while showing blazing unique modern China style.

Design: Golucci International Design / Lee Hsuheng / Zhao Shuang / Ji Wen
Photography: Sun Xiangyu
















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