L’IGNIS wood burning grill restaurant by GLOBAL-DINING, Tokyo – Japan

August 18th, 2016 by retail design blog

This is the restaurant which uses imported grill machines with natural wood fires. The machines are directly imported from the West Coast of the United States. The floor area is 105.76 square meters, not so big, but the around 5 meters ceiling height gives a broadening and rustic characteristics to the store.

The floor plan is a simple structure consisted of guest seats space and kitchen space. Two scenes, dinning and cooking, are united and can be seen as a single view because of the open kitchen style. Although we balanced the open kitchen with the enough numbers of seats and spaces, it made less space for other objects, fixture, and displays. In order to solve this problem, we adopted a three-dimensional structure, making use of the high ceiling height.

Catwalks are newly created above the guest seats floor and the space achieved layers. This catwalks layer has objects that show the store’s brand image, wine bottle shelves, book shelves, audio equipment, and swing windows to set the mood for the dinner. “Horizontal sequence to the open kitchen” and “Vertical sequence for the material brand image” coexist and create a synergetic effect. (Takuomi Higuchi / GLOBAL-DINING)

Designed by GLOBAL-DINING INC.
Photography by Nacasa&Partners





















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