Gochi restaurant by MIM Design, Melbourne

July 8th, 2013 by retail design blog

Gochi is a modern take on a traditional Japanese style restaurant. Items such as the chopstick were transformed into feature custom-designed lighting which scale the walls. The ceiling structure, made up of interwoven rope, creates a textural element throughout. The screened façade provides transparency and a sense of mystery and intrigue to passers-by. The colour palette of black, red and warm timbers resonate an ambience which is a nod to traditional Japanese interiors, adding warmth and comfort to the overall space.

Designed by MIM Design
Photography by Shannon McGrath
Graphics by Sarah Hotchins in collaboration with Mim Design

















http://www.mimdesign.com.au/

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One thought on “Gochi restaurant by MIM Design, Melbourne

  1. bugs says:

    its not an eye catching place
    no im not gonna eat more than fastfood there

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