Ganko Sushi is an Omakase Japanese dish. Ganko translates as stubborn, meaning persistent inheritance of food and service. The project is located in Penang Road, Singapore. At the same time of cultural understanding and perception, there is the imagination and construction of space.
One wall of the space Using the Japanese ukiyo-e painting art form, the elements of Japanese koi fish are skillfully integrated into the space.
In the space, deep tones is set. The designer uses a large area of cement casting board to reflect the natural texture. And in the ceiling at the opening of a simulated skylight, meaning "there is a small mouth, as if there is light."
The cement ceiling is divided by black burnt fir piles, and the Japanese wood eaves structure is formed by connecting the ground. The structural aesthetics of the space is expressed by the sense of strength of the supporting columns and parallel division.
Bamboo makes furniture of shallow wood of craft and deserve to act the role of to make a space as if to have a bundle of light, the simple sense of furniture and detail place is to this space meticulous pursuit. Take shape as things take shape.
In the choice of space material, the designer integrates the cooking culture and the philosophical perception of the space to express, and has a fine control over the texture, hoping to reflect the originality in every minute of the space.
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