studiogreenblue: hanafarm kitchen studiogreenblue: hanafarm kitchen
nov 10, 2012

studiogreenblue: hanafarm kitchen

‘hanafarm kitchen’ by studiogreenblue, onjyou, saitama, japanall images courtesy of studiogreenblue

 

 

japanese practice studiogreenblue have completed the ‘hanafarm kitchen’, a restaurant in onjyou, saitama, japan. the owners prioritize the taste of vegetables with cooking methods that fully utilize ingredients. grown in a nearby field, the crops are the result of careful consideration of cultivation methods, breed and taste. hand selected with care, the yields are brought to the table for a delectable experience.

 

the dining areas match the quality of food, generating a warm space that encompasses diners. five box-like structures made with vertical slats of wood produce separate zones. louvered partitions allow views through to neighboring spaces for an overlapping of movement.dining takes place within sheltered spaces, under canopies. pendant bulbs added a soft glow to illuminate the interior.

 

 

one of the dining zones

 

 

hanging lightbulb pendants add a soft glow

 

 

views to adjacent spaces

 

 

wooden slats versus a solid enclosure

 

 

movement between zones

 

 

dark dining area

 

 

elevated view of different zones

 

 

 

 

conceptual image

 

 

floor plan / level 0 

 

 

project info:

 

 

architects: studiogreenblueteam: mitsuharu kojima × wataru kobayashilocation: honjyou, saitama, japanstructure: woodphotographer: studiogreenblue

  • In light of a clear concept (photograph of interlaced fingers), supported by a rich historical Japanese Temple construction model of the same idea, somehow the designers decided half-lap joints were more interesting; a quality of decision-making continued through their choice of furniture and lighting.
    That said, the concept for space making is wonderful, and the initial intuitions lovely. I suggest they search out a more qualified interior designer…and photographer.

    Chaszr says:

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