Design elements are derived from traditional Japanese folk house; Walls are predominately covered with reddish brown timber panels. Various types of wooden feature with a twist from traditional Japanese carpentry details dress up different section around the restaurant. The backdrop wall is jumble of sandblasted grey granite tiles, rough chiseled natural stone slats and raw iron strips, accented with criss-crossed lighting effect.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
KOKOMI offers casual, young Japanese cuisine, it is generated from two core functional focus, the Sushi/Bar and Teppanyaki station; Sushi/Bar counter, where sushi making and drinks serving integrated as one unit to create a chill-out bar for customer to sit and hangout. Further inside, teppanyaki grills tables dominates the inner dining section; this counter top is made of bush-hammered stone block and accentuated with an overhead constructed with book matched marble in rigato finishes.
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PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
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TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Benson Lee, 2015.