• Prize
    Winner in Interior Design Restaurant – Casual
  • Company/Firm
  • Lead Designer
    Li Wenqiang
  • Other Designer(s)
    Yang Zhiwei, Shen Taotao
  • Photo Credit
    Qi Shuoqian
  • Location
    Hangzhou, China
  • Project Date
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The dwarf wall, adorned with the brand logo, serves a dual purpose. It adds aesthetic appeal to the landscape and acts as a symbolic representation of a miniature station for pedestrians to rest. Placed on the ground, it subtly hints at the entrance. The pavilion and corridor area resemble the rain-sheltering eaves one might come across while exploring the outdoors. The 1.4-meter extension facilitates a gradual and gentle introduction of both rain and sunlight.
Folding windows offer a seamless transition between the indoors and outdoors, while allowing for natural regulation of the indoor microclimate with the changing seasons. The interior features large rocks resembling cliffs, creating a vibrant and lively atmosphere.
The interior design of the space aims to maintain the existing architectural structure and textures while highlighting the natural imprints that time has left. The furniture, including the custom-made tables and chairs, is reminiscent of piles of firewood to convey roughness and ambiance. The wine rack on the bar is made of large sections of wood combined with light strips, creating a three-dimensional effect through the reflection of the light and stainless steel.