The Vertical Wooden Exterior Will be the Face Of the New Korean BBQ Cafe


A Straight Wood Outdoor Is the Encounter Of This Brand new Korean BARBECUE Restaurant | CONTEMPORIST

Inspired by traditional Chinese iconography and the work of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the facade of this modern Korean BBQ restaurant has a slatted wood exterior with a character cut-out and bright white signage. #WoodFacade #RestaurantDesign
Photography simply by James Morgan

Australian structures and decorations firm Biasol, have lately completed HINOAK, a modern Korean barbecue cafe in Melbourne.

Inspired simply by traditional Chinese language iconography (which is used within Korean culture) and the function of Japan architect Kengo Kuma, the particular facade from the restaurant includes a slatted wooden exterior having a character cut-out and white signage.

Inspired by traditional Chinese iconography and the work of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the facade of this modern Korean BBQ restaurant has a slatted wood exterior with a character cut-out and bright white signage. #WoodFacade #RestaurantDesign
Photography by James Morgan

Inside, the particular ceiling shows elements of the particular finely designed eaves associated with traditional Korean houses. The particular timber-battened roof descends lightly from the front side of the eating place to the back again, and at the final it figure into the back wall plus hides the doorway.


Inside this modern restaurant, the ceiling reflects elements of the finely crafted eaves of traditional Korean houses. The timber-battened ceiling descends gently from the front of the restaurant to the back, and at the end it curves into the rear wall and hides the door. #RestaurantDesign #InteriorDesign #Restaurant
Photography by James Morgan

The interior from the restaurant using its soft greyish walls, offers banquette seats and 2 banks associated with timber tables with integrated charcoal barbecues. Instead of getting pendant lamps hanging over the desks, the creative designers installed LED backlights behind the particular banquettes.


The interior of this modern Korean BBQ restaurant has soft grey walls and banquette seating with 2 banks of timber tables with integrated charcoal barbecues. Instead of having pendant lights hanging above the tables, the designers installed LED backlighting behind the banquettes. #RestaurantDesign #InteriorDesign
Pictures by James Morgan

The particular bar in the back of the cafe is housed in terrazzo tiles and topped with toned timber benchtops that sit down atop the particular bar within sections. Over the pub, suspended dark display shelves descends through the ceiling, plus behind the particular bar, there are a backlit niche reduce into the walls that shows fine mood.


The bar at the rear of this modern Korean BBQ restaurant is encased in terrazzo tiles and topped with sculpted timber benchtops that sit atop the bar in sections. Above the bar, suspended black display shelving descends from the ceiling, and behind the bar, there's a backlit niche cut into the wall that displays fine spirits. #BarDesign #InteriorDesign #RestaurantDesign
Photography by James Morgan

On the wall space, the restaurant’s logo plus brandmark are already debossed to the concrete-like walls surface.


On the walls of this modern restaurant, the restaurant's logo and brandmark have been debossed into the concrete-like wall surface. #Logo #RestaurantDesign #InteriorDesign
Pictures by James Morgan

The particular branding for your restaurant is targeted on the Chinese symbol just for ‘fire’, that is commonly used within Korean lifestyle. This personality features at the printed components, has been reduce into the wooden slat act and as observed in the picture above, showcased on the wall structure.


The branding for this modern Korean BBQ restaurant is focused on the Chinese symbol for ‘fire’, which is commonly used in Korean culture. This character features on the printed materials, has been cut into the wood slat facade and as seen in the photo above, featured on the wall. #Branding #Design #RestaurantBranding
Photography by James Morgan

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