V-Shine Oysters Bar by a+a workshop design, Beijing – China

January 5th, 2017 by retail design blog

The project is inspired by the concept of marine. We want to show a histrorical charm era about 1930s-1940s. We use some marine elements such as cruise ship door, scuttle, reef stone… the material of the space includs brass, brick wall, walnut wall panel, ceramic tiles and marble mosaic.

The floor is combined with marble mosaic and wood. The ceiling is made of vintage tin-tiles. At the entrance we made a small installation. Fake reef stone was made of concrete and some oyster shell adhere to it.

You can also see a invisible door at the end of the corridor. Pass throgh the door it’s a ciger room with industrial pendant light and vintage chestfield sofa as decoration. With the whole atmosphere people will feel eat here like on the cruise ship in 1930s-1940s.

Design: a+a workshop design
Photography: Leo

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