shanghai hot dog shop by linehouse incorporates a wild west theme shanghai hot dog shop by linehouse incorporates a wild west theme
feb 11, 2015

shanghai hot dog shop by linehouse incorporates a wild west theme

shanghai hot dog shop by linehouse incorporates a wild west theme
photography by benoit florencon

 

 

 

located on the banks of the huangpu river in shanghai, local studio linehouse has completed a hot dog shop that incorporates a wild west theme. in addition to the decor, the design team were also asked to create a new fast food identity for the store – named ‘lone ranger’. the exterior features a playful composition of white timber weatherboards, raw wood, and custom printed tiles featuring an arrowhead motif. when opened, shutter panels reveal the continuous pattern which wraps the restaurant’s counters and floors. inside, the four meter high ceiling is painted a bright yellow with a woven rope structure creating an apparatus for the lights to hang from.

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a large glass window frames the exterior view

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the four meter high ceiling is painted a bright shade of yellow

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looking towards the back counter and tile-clad wall


a rope installation fills the tall ceiling space


tiles with an arrowhead motif lines the counters and floor


detail of the drawer unit and the distinctive tiling


the restaurant shown with the timber shutters closed


the shop is located along the hangpu river with the shanghai skyline as the backdrop

 

drawings


floor plan

 


exterior elevation

 

 

project info:

 

architect: linehouse
area: 19 sqm / 205 sqf
address: wai ma road, shanghai, china
completed: 2014
photography: benoit florencon

 

 

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