Full-Er Noodles by 90id, Taiwan

July 2nd, 2015 by retail design blog

In Southern China, many regions released Sky Lanterns during the Lantern Festival, in order to pray for safety. In Japan, the locals would release a hundred Sky Lanterns, for the peace of their families and good harvest. Countries such as Thailand and Poland would appreciate the past year’s safeness, and look forward to the future by releasing Sky Lanterns.

In order to make the customers feel peace and tranquility during dining, our design team used the image of Sky Lanterns as our main theme. And also, we decorated the restaurant with Tung Flowers, which blossomed in Taiwan at May. Tung Flower has a beautiful nickname–the Snow of May. Even in the heat of the summer, you can still feel the coolness of the Snow of May by eating in such a decent restaurant.

Designed by Sam Chang, Chloe Wu / 90id

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