The Ginzara Midnight Diner / Souta Yoriki Design Workplace
Textual content description supplied by the architects. The consumer wished to open a restaurant that may be used as a late-night diner in one of many rooms of a constructing in Ikejiri-Ohashi. Accordingly, we selected wood-grain sheets as the principle materials, as they’re typically used for tables and counter tops normally eating institutions.
Lately, wood-grain sheets have tended to be prevented as a superficial materials, however this time, we centered on their standard cultural background of Showa-ish old school type and determined to hold on this custom. The primary supplies are wood-grain sheets because the floor materials and plywood because the structural materials, and they’re mockingly and symbolically coexisting with one another.
In keeping with the proprietor’s want to place significance on communication with every buyer, a big counter was created, not solely with an consciousness of the connection that induces communication but in addition to separate the capabilities of the client seating and the kitchen.
Then again, in an area aside from the counters, beer instances that may be reconfigured in small modules have been used as fixtures in order that the place might be flexibly utilized in response to varied conditions. We hope that this cafeteria will likely be beloved by many individuals.