It occupies an elongated ground floor unit, and has its walls covered in vertically stacked bricks and in variations of grey, with a superimposed framework of slats that ties in with the light oak flooring.
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The design aims to evoke the feel of a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle outside, a place where customers are looked after with great care and, of course, with great food. The setting features traditional materials such as bricks and wood in a minimalist setting, creating an atmosphere that is distinctly modern but with a rustic edge.
The recycled wood pieces are reshaped and used to decorate the red bricks, presenting a mottled color wall, coupled with charcoal that has been used in previous stores, demonstrating the image and characteristics of yakiniku (Japanese BBQ). Therefore, the design integrates simplicity and complexity, traditional and contemporary methods to showcase a rich and colorful landscape.
At the ground floor there is the bar, the kitchen and the basic dining area. At the loft there are the toilets and a small area with sofas and dining tables where customers can enjoy their meal in tranquility. The main elements that have been used are metal, wood, bricks and tiles, perfectly combined to give the result that the decorators wanted.