Nichigyu Japanese Hot Pot restaurant by STUDIO C8, Hong Kong

March 24th, 2016 by retail design blog

Warmth, Natural and Simple. Traditional Japanese Hot Pot (Shabu Shabu&Sukiyaki) restaurant, Nichigyu Metro City shop which is brought the farmer’s house design idea into its interior space, is located in Tseung Kwan O, New Territories, Hong Kong.

The walls were covered with brick tiles and the vintage finished wood was used on the floor. For the design of the partition arch we used the grid pattern wood panel with metal mesh screen to avoid not only block the space but also breaking the customer’s view. The vintage iron shade pendant lights were arranged at the sofa seat area. We selected the materials and considered its colour scheme to make up the space to become a heartwarming place. Everyone would spend a great time at here.

Designed by STUDIO C8 CO.
Photography by Eiichi Kano






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