China | 2022
Ship 79 is a seafood restaurant dedicated to serving freshly cooked seafood. It is popular with the customers for the high-quality fresh ingredients, immersive dining site and affordable prices. This case is the interior design of a Ship 79 Restaurant. Taking fresh ingredients as the core of the restaurant, the designer hopes to create a cabin-like dining place to highlight the freshness of seafood. As a result, the designer, inspired by the cabins, extracts the n-shape, a basic element of the cabins, divides and reorganizes the space in abstract design techniques along with the use of diversified materials, to form an exclusive IP of the brand, and make the brand unique in the market. The space mainly takes the modern minimalist style. It adopts the warm yellow tone and plain, natural wooden, rattan materials to create primitive simplicity textures of fishing boats, bringing a relaxed and friendly feeling of space. Bent lines, curved ceiling, and U-shaped partitions echo each other in the space, bringing changes to the overall impression. The lobby is paved with terrazzos to bring memories back to the ancient times. Gray leather seats soften the space of hard lines to deliver comfort. The ceiling presents multi-level changes, affording the space for thought. The linear glass windows simulate the viewing windows of the cabins to enhance spatial permeability. The semi-private rooms adopt hollowed arc partitions and rattan screens to keep privacy and give customers the freshness of looking outside as if sitting in a cabin. The rooms are separated with water corrugated glass partitions, which produce a sparkling visual effect under the light. The corridor extends the water waves to deepen the theme of the space and make the space transparent, reducing the discomfort of closure. The booths by the window, simulating travel boxes, enjoy the scenery outside, full of fun. The space uses plain linear lighting, just like the faint light emitted from distant floating fishing boats, to convey artistic conception, and make the space simple and agile. The space applies a large number of removable components, which can be recycled.
National Taipei University of Technology
Guangzhou Kemei Commodity Co., Ltd.
Other Concept Design
Beijing Wuyao Cultural and Creative Co. Ltd.
Wine, Beer & Liquor