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Yakiniku Tsuruichi / Restaurant interior design

Yakiniku Tsuruichi
Yakiniku Tsuruichi
Yakiniku Tsuruichi
Yakiniku Tsuruichi
Yakiniku Tsuruichi

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Yakiniku Tsuruichi
Yakiniku Tsuruichi

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Use of numerous close-grained stripes, to some extent, satisfied the esthetics of the Japanese, we found the way of drawing rains in Ukiyo-e when we were finding materials and inspiration for the design: the artist Utagawa Hiroshige used dense strips to paint the pouring rains in Summer in the picture named “Sudden Rain Falling on the Bridge”. The sudden change of weather and the instant reactions of pedestrians were captured by the drawer and showed in the picture, and attracting Van Gogh to copy the painting by his way. This way of painting rain is unique also because you can neither see it in the Western nor in Chinese ink paintings.

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Yakiniku Tsuruichi

Yakiniku Tsuruichi
Beijing, China

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Design

Golucci International Design

Golucci International Design
Beijing, China

Lee Hsuheng (Design Director), Zhao Shuang (Chief Design), Zheng Yanan (Design), Song Chunyi (Project Manager)

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