Rofuto restaurant by Tibbatts Abel, Birmingham – UK

June 10th, 2016 by retail design blog

Asian Funk Fusion Restaurant. With Rofuto being a direct translation of the word ‘Loft’ in Japanese, Tibbatts Abel were inspired to create a fusion of urban, industrial warehouse/loft environments with the added elements of a fun & vibrant cocktail/spirit lounge.

The colour palette is filled with warm, rustic neutrals and splashes of vibrant pinks and purples, whilst a textured concrete effect finish to the walls and ceiling add to the raw, urban feel. Working with celebrity chef, Des McDonald, Tibbatts Abel conceptualised this new a Modern Japanese izakaya-style restaurant.












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