Honeycomb Restaurant Design by SAKO Architects- Wednesday, September 19th 2012.
Honeycomb Restaurant Design by SAKO Architects is a very modern design art for a restaurant. Restaurant isn’t just a place for eating and drinking, it could be a place to make a business deal or anything else. The restaurant located in Shenzhen, China. It has unique design inspired by the real honeycomb in 14,000 ft2 or about 1,300 m2, makes the guest felling like small bees inside the restaurant. SAKO very famous for their designs are very elegant and extraordinary. Similar to other typical Chinese restaurant, it has a large hall for the use of groups and VIP rooms for private use. We sought to distinguish these two types of spaces in nature.
At night, light from the floodplains By The room like a particular way. This restaurant designed for young family to couples, mainly for people from 20 to 35 years old. Over 1.000 holes are oval, and create continuity in the large dining room. In Addition, the restaurant has a large traditional living room for groups, as well as VIP rooms for private parties. Space unusual and innovative design is a combination of red, black and white, the perfect backdrop for modern architects and simple creative concept.
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Honeycomb Restaurant Design by SAKO Architects is a place where externalizes the ordinary eating and drinking behaviors. The inner side of the white surface is divided up to two levers, of which consist of large room and private rooms as well. For partition, white opaque surface is used in large space and transparent acrylic surface in small space.
A spiral staircase penetrates between the levels, and in the center, about twenty five thousands of acrylic balls hang from the 9.2 meters ceiling above. Drops of water dribble along the lines of acrylic balls, and glitter under the strong ceiling light. It looks like as if a waterfall is running down from the ceiling. This waterfall is an eye-catcher from the entrance and draws customers’ attention to the back of the restaurant.