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Walls Of Layered Clay Are An Interesting Feature Of This Restaurant’s Interior

January 21, 2022

A Japanese restaurant in Hong Kong named

Interior design firm Minus Workshop has shared their recently completed project, a restaurant in Hong Kong named “Takano Ramen”, whose design is inspired by Japanese mansion houses and layers of clay.

This modern Japanese inspired restaurant facade includes self-rotating signage and a shop front that allows you to see through to the back of the restaurant.

Stepping inside, you can immediately see the layers of various clays on the walls that create a warm atmosphere and guide people through the space.

This modern restaurant has walls that feature layers of various clays, creating warm atmosphere and guide people through the space.

The warm clay colors are complemented by curved chairs adorning the wood tables and bars.

Stepping inside this restaurant, you can immediately see the layers of various clays on the walls that create a warm atmosphere and guide people through the space.

The dining area has also been inspired by Japanese gardens, featuring ancient Japanese construction materials such as mudball pebble and timber.

The dining area of this modern restaurant has been inspired by Japanese gardens, featuring ancient Japanese construction materials such as layered clay walls, mudball pebble, and timber.

Above some of the tables are natural pendant lights made of bamboo and paper by Ay illuminate. Various sizes of Noguchi sphere lanterns are also present in the interior.

Above some of the tables in this modern restaurant are natural pendant lights made of bamboo and paper by Ay illuminate. Various sizes of Noguchi sphere lanterns are also present in the interior.

A private VIP dining room is decorated with an oval shoji window balancing the linear design of the wood-accented walls.

A private VIP dining room is decorated with an oval shoji window balancing the linear design of the wood accented walls.
Photography by Steven Ko

Source: Contemporist

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