Gachi by Kimchee BBQ by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

October 5th, 2015 by retail design blog

A Korean BBQ hotspot designed by ARTTA Concept Studio operates in a self-serving manner where you can control the entire cooking process. It is designed to look like a food factory where everything is revealed with concrete floor, exposed pipes and wide open kitchen area; we want the customers to have the pleasure of cooking whilst observing their surroundings.

The choice of red, black and white has been used to create a sophisticated and sharp look. This can be seen in the VIP area, the red wooden ceiling and bold black walls frames the room and enhances a chic and comfortable atmosphere. Overall we wanted the restaurant to be modern but have a contrast of rustic and new, by juxtaposing rough elements with contemporary furniture, like the black table, red and white chairs.










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