Mou Mou Club (MOKO) by Mas Studio Limited, Kowloon – Hong Kong

April 14th, 2017 by retail design blog

The design concept derives from the brand story. “MOU MOU CLUB” is a theme restaurant of unique character while it is also ideal for guests of different ages. Mou Mou, protagonist of the story, was born in Japan. His Danish friend Dan Dan, together with Ron, NaNa and DoDo from Brazil are his brothers and sisters of the Pig’s family.

Mou Mou and his friends travel frequently around the world. Here is their outpost leading to the world. Hidden in a steep cliff, the entrance mimics a rugged cave appearance where one can peep into an interior full of mysteries. As an outpost for travelling, a world map is indispensable. It is also decorated with souvenirs, photos and suitcases from their journeys.

The hall is furnished with long sofas along the wall, arc shape sofas beside the food counter, communal tables and multiple cave shape booth seats along the windows. The Pig’s family plan journeys, have casual gatherings or enjoy a private space from time to time. What could be more important than feasting themselves a big meal for an energetic journey ahead?

Mou Mou and his friends are very concerned with the freshness and variety of food. They have a self-service food counter just like a food market where they are free to choose their favourite food. The dessert area not only gratifies their stomachs, but also brings visual satisfaction. “Colours’ forms the overall design and allows the guests to breathe the delightful atmosphere of the Pig’s family.

Design: Mas Studio Limited
Photography: Raven Tsoi

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