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Tai Shogun Restaurant / Barré Lambot Architectes

  • 01:00 - 9 January, 2011
Tai Shogun Restaurant / Barré Lambot Architectes
Tai Shogun Restaurant / Barré Lambot Architectes, © Philippe Ruault
© Philippe Ruault

© Philippe Ruault © Philippe Ruault © Philippe Ruault © Philippe Ruault +18

From the architect. The Taï Shogun Restaurant is a Japanese restaurant built in the city of Rennes, west of France, on the avenue François Mitterrand along the river Vilaine.

© Philippe Ruault
© Philippe Ruault

The restaurant takes place on a 105sqm triangular shaped plot, it’s a 3 levels building plus an attic, above a basement floor, accessibility is integrated from early sketches to enhance scheme design:

© Philippe Ruault
© Philippe Ruault

- The volume of the building arises from the respect for the authorized size. Three public floors are concentrated between the 100-year flood level (for ground floor) and the 8m above ground level required by the fire regulation for a building with non-enclosed staircases (for higher public floor). Structure is optimized to offer a 2,20m ceiling height on each floor to ensure accessibility for all.

© Philippe Ruault
© Philippe Ruault

- Each floor corresponds to a particular function: a bar on the ground floor, sushi’s conveyors on 1st and 2nd floor, a teppanyaki at attic level. A panoramic elevator takes place on the thinner part of the plot, it forms sign in the daytime and at night, and is accessible from street level. This entrance provides access to the entire restaurant.

© Philippe Ruault
© Philippe Ruault

Accessibility is not a constraint, it’s a way to qualify the building and reinforce its signal position, at the bow of the plot. It’s a small building, yet we pay attention to welcome all citizens.

© Philippe Ruault
© Philippe Ruault
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Tai Shogun Restaurant / Barré Lambot Architectes" 09 Jan 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/102112/tai-shogun-restaurant-sarl-barre-lambot/>