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Bentô Architecture / Restaurant architecture

Bentô Architecture

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Bentô Architecture

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Bentô proposes a reinvention of Japanese cooking, creating a new fast food segment in Rio de Janeiro's market. Working the Bentô’s concept – Japanese lunch boxes – it creates an entirely new experience, mixing fast food speed with oriental values such as quality and healthiness. Following the branding guidelines, its architecture is a visual as well as a concept extension of Bentô, a contemporary look on Japan. The project further explores continuous forms and modularity, using bamboo blades as its main material. The board menu and lighting are also highlights inside a place that has already become a great post beach option.

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Tatil Design

Tatil Design
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Design

Tatil Design

Tatil Design
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil