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No matter how exquisite the concept and definition are, they most likely end up to be judge about "Form". Therefore chief designer from Shanghai Hip-pop as well as main designer of this project Mr. Sun said: we may reject any form of theory or opinion, however, we can't refuse the potential influence from the architectural and interior environment that we live in. It seems "what do you want to convey" is more significant than to argue "what it is". The seemingly roundabout self-praise is actually a spiritual attitude with great sincerity, and this is the reason why the designer took "Setsugekka" as the name of this restaurant in the very beginning. Whether verses: "Tonight is snowing, someone must be passing the Hakone" by Matsuo Basho who is called "Forever Traveler"; "What a pity that the moon is covered by blizzard" by Maruyama; or "Happy to see snow coming", "Flowering is not for someone" or "Enjoy the bright moon for a long time"; in Japanese Waka & Haiku, Setsugekka represents natural beings, as well as joy and sadness emotions — for top space designers, the perfection of technique has already become prerequisite; what makes one's work out-performs other's is the vision and understanding of culture that contains greatness in simplicity.  View more View full description
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