The warmth wrapped in clay,
Food that breaks down barriers.
The spatial language of a lifetime.
This is a unique time-space knot that is different from home and workplace, like a small “society” in a society, temporarily cutting off the connection between diners and society and gaining a moment of freedom.
In this small space like a secret place, the clay created by nature itself constitutes all accessible planes, and the whole scene appears more solid, stable and reliable under the less bright light. The warm and private environment becomes an emotional solace for the late night, banishing loneliness.
The particularity of only operating at night gets rid of all the tedious chores during the day. The hanging mirror frames reflect the activities of the diners, adding a bit of popularity to the originally quiet space. The grid-like texture of the terracotta walls adds a bit of exquisite color.
Undivided Social Space
Design is no longer a known behavior for life, but a positive response and observation. Attention to living space affects people’s sense of belonging and identity. Some changes are short-term, while others are long-lasting, increasingly forming a collective perception.
The space contains humanistic warmth in subtleties. The neon light and the old clay, which seem to be completely contradictory, are actually complementary to each other, and jointly interpret the core of the humanistic spirit in the dialogue.
The restaurant often carries the basic appeal of people to temporarily get rid of the daily work step by step, and replace it with the basic appeal of relaxation, sensibility, immersion and companionship. This attribute determines that it will bring positive aesthetic value and humanistic temperature to the public in a larger situation, and return to the essence of life for people.