Play in Art
Interior Design - Restaurant
The project is a kids’ friendly restaurant that is designed mainly for those from babies and eight-year-old children. The large space in the first floor and basement, which account for 370 square meters, has become a safe place where children can enjoy running and have fun when people are eating in the meantime. With a lot of entertaining facilities, delicious foods, and the delicate design, the restaurant means more than a place for eating, and it functions as an interesting playground as well.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Because of the big dining area, the project is designed into a restaurant having different styles in different areas. The service space, including the kitchen, storage room, rest rooms, etc., are located on the first floor, and this is why no integral design for the dining and playing area. Along with the ordering stone bar and grey working area, the designer furnishes the dining area with white cultural stones and herringbone wooden floor, the design creating a simple and happy atmosphere, by offering all kinds of toys and drop ornaments meanwhile. With the design of blue sky, forest, and stone-style pillows, the design installing a log slide on the first floor makes children feel as if playing in the fairy tale.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project finished in April 2014 in Taipei City, Taiwan.
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The basement is the place for dining and playing areas in different styles. In the major dining area, the amiable and vibrant atmosphere is created by furnishing with dining chairs in red, white and blue, the green-and-white wall, and light-color wooden tables. By designing the playing area a place with different entertaining facilities and wall paintings, the dinner hours can become the moment for children searching and exploring their future.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
370 square meters
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Photo by Hong-Siang You