Bistro La vie by iks design, Nagoya – JAPAN

June 21st, 2017 by retail design blog

For a casual French bistro, an interior design with comfort and a proper sense of tension was pursued. Only materials such as brass, thick solid wood, and antique scaffold planks – those that would have enhanced characteristics as they age – were used for finishes.

Brass was used as eye-catchers for lights, hanger pipes, furniture knobs and handles, window frames, decorative screws, etc., in order to provide gorgeousness to the interior. The antique scaffold planks add a casual atmosphere to the space, preventing it from being too sophisticated.

A cave-like space with a table is not completely isolated, yet blocks views from other tables and creates a comfortably enclosed feeling. The solid walnut bar table is for both cooking and serving food. People can enjoy their meals while enjoying conversations with the chefs and watching them cook.

Design: iks design
Photography: 329 photo studio

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