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K-Duck is a new Korean restaurant located in HCMC with fine tastes of authentic Korean BBQ. Design concept incorporates Korean traditional elements into restaurant ambiance. The main challenge was to integrate Korean cuisine with design in a unique and exciting way.

Natural materials such as white oak and concrete were mixed with soft fabric cushion and Korean folk paintings. Hanok – Korean traditional house – was the main idea to create a dining space for customers. At entrance, a main boot seating on raised wooden floor with surrounding hand rail and a stone represents the Toenmaru (veranda) as a warm welcome to customers. Contrast in color of stone-concrete and white oak gave a contemporary touch for the ambience. Dropped wood-frame ceiling and Korean folk-art hand painting along the wall brings the consistence throughout the restaurant.

In completion for overall concept, designers raise the wood structure of Hanok into a next level by adding geometric patterns and rustic metal to create double layer frame as well as a remarkable facade.

Designed by Design Plus (D+)

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