Tang² Restaurant by Mas Studio Limited, Hong Kong

January 7th, 2016 by retail design blog

Tang² is a chic and modern eatery that was designed using a fusion of traditional and contemporary concepts.


From traditional lattice windows and screens to modern metallic mirrors and T-shaped ceiling, the execution of different materials produces strong contrasts and yet perfect harmony – in line with the brand’s ultimate concept: an amalgamation of heritage and creativity.


The entrance showcases traditional Chinese lattice patterns crafted from metallic materials. The moulding of the pillars are replaced with metallic stripes and cement to create a chic and stylish appearance.


The restaurant’s seating areas are separated by distinct ceiling and floor designs. The high ceiling at the entrance is decorated with a mirror, while the lower ceiling on the other side carries a metallic T-shape pattern and stainless steel mirror. The restaurant’s flooring features artesian cement with mosaic patterns to differentiate the dining areas. The walls are adorned with lattice mirrors and wooden stripes, which increase the overall spaciousness and create a sense of comfort for diners.


Blending traditional Chinese style with modern materials, the overall design is a fusion of now and then – an impeccable representation of the brand’s philosophy and characteristics.

Design: Mas Studio Limited / Monique

H&M store, Las Vegas
Measuring 55,000 square feet spread over three levels, the newly opened H&am...
The Drift restaurant by Fusion, London
The Drift restaurant by Fusion, London
Louis Vuitton München Residenzpost Maison by Peter Marino, Munich
French luxury label Louis Vuitton has opened a new retail location in Munich...
Skyscanner Offices by Madilancos Studio, Budapest - Hungary
Our ‘product’ feedback from the team included calls for a herb garden and a ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *