wonderwall / masamichi katayama: ozone wonderwall / masamichi katayama: ozone
sep 05, 2011

wonderwall / masamichi katayama: ozone

wonderwall / masamichi katayama: ozoneimages by nacása & partners inc

 

 

 

wonderwall has designed the interiors for the ozone bar located on the 118th floor of the new ritz-carlton hong kong.

 

‘wonderwall’s founder, masamichi katayama has created a place that is full of surprises and excitement at every turn, whether one  enters from the bar, the bar lounge, the lobby lounge, dinning room or the tapas bar. designed around the theme of an ‘edenic experiment’ – a man-made environment of nature in an imaginary world, spacial composition, the line of motion and down to every material and finish were carefully considered.’

  • Yeah baby! Yeah!!!!!!

    V.Grooovey says:
  • Hello Designboomers,

    Nice article.
    I’m curious about the massive honeycomb structure. How was it made (wall + ceiling). Glassfibre or compound (type hi macs,corian,…) elements assembled on site ?

    OQ says:
  • flinstones headquareters

    Rok says:
  • Very asian style i’m sure it will be a very popular place for young corporate active people!
    But… i really don’t like this style… No subtility this is only abondance. More is more… never less!
    Live the asian style! 🙂
    (i live in vietnam, this is a subject i can talk about!)

    Marlo says:
  • it somehow feels like , ‘too much’

    p.s. i am asian.

    tama says:
  • @Tama… yes you are right, I think is a little bit to much!… It is nice, but it look claustrophobic!

    Dario says:
  • lack of gold-plated and big diamonds on the faucets in the toilets…

    ibouc says:
  • It’s great! There’s definitely space for extravagance in the world of interior design. Job well done I say.

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    Design says:
  • @ OQ
    we have requested more information on the project from the architects, as soon as we have it we’ll update the post.

    andy db says:
  • PLEASE LESS IS MORE !!!

    sparola says:
  • A fantastic and exciting space more is so much more than less.

    Yabba says:
  • brilliant!

    vladimir says:
  • [url=https://www.designboom.com] designboom [/url]wowsers! love their use of marble

    royarch says:
  • I would hate to work there but I would love to have dinner with friends in the oval marble room after drinks while walking around the joint.

    richard says:

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