TOKYO

Completed: 2015 Location: 121, Svetlanskaya st. Vladivostok Area: 435 м2 Photographer: Alexey Filimonov
The two floors of TOKYO restaurant is situated in a pint-size separately disposed building and it has a counter for meeting visitors, a check-room, a restroom and a sushi-bar on the first floor and some guest rooms on the second one. The peculiarity of the interior is the fact that the heft of the place for visitors has no natural light. So the idea for a space arrangement and for the principle of the guest zones placement is the refined image of Japanese old tows tightly built with small houses.
The whole interior is severed in a compact chromatic scale. The red colour means strong beginning, energy, force. The colour of natural wood is typical for Japanese natural colour culture. The black colour is emphasising, graphic and mysterious.
We took traditional for Japan short blinds NOREN which are originally disposed above the restaurant entry and made them a design method which forms the room propositions and " an open privateness" of the guests shacks. The textile is decorated with the stylized figures of sea animals and traditional plants like MON pictures which were used as distinctive marks for the medieval Japanese clans.
The partitions, wall panels and lamps made of texture plywood are made by Concrete Jangle Company.
The partitions, wall panels and lamps made of texture plywood are made by Concrete Jangle Company.
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