The idea was to create a building with a fluid and organic space with light and small materials. The element the designers chose was an affordable and ordinary rectangular 105mm timber. The construction can be easily disassembled and assembled at new location if you want to move the restaurant.
Design: Kengo Kuma and Associates
Maintaining a very subtle and intimate feel towards the first encounter with the Tori Tori Japanese Restaurant (Mexico City), after entering you’ll find yourself in a terrace, embraced by natural vegetation. The restaurant’s landscape and facade were designed to become an organic extension of the building creating a strong relationship between the outside and the inside.
Design: Rojkind Arquitectos and Esrawe Studio
Photography: Paul Rivera
The Smokehouse Room restaurant designers tried to create an organically growing, psychedelic, fluid landscape that melts into various parts. Designers created a quiet, understated, elegant atmosphere as a dramatic stage for a great sensorial food performance, with organic subtle undertones.
Design: Busride Design Studio