Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO.

Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO.

Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Exterior Photography, WindowsCoyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Interior Photography, Table, FacadeCoyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - WindowsCoyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Exterior PhotographyCoyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - More Images+ 20

  • Architects: DO.DO.
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  67
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Photographs
    Photographs :Takumi Ota
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  BEAL, JFE, Maxray, Sincol
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Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Exterior Photography
© Takumi Ota

Text description provided by the architects. This is a project for a porcelain manufacturer Saikai Toki located in Hasami, Nagasaki, Japan, a well-known town for its pottery production. “COYANE” restaurant was constructed in the site adjacent to “ÔYANE”, a multi-purpose space for the manufacturer's shop & gallery, which was also designed by ourselves and was opened in 2016.

Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Interior Photography, Table, Facade
© Takumi Ota
Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Image 25 of 25
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Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Interior Photography, Kitchen, Table, Chair
© Takumi Ota
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© Takumi Ota

In order to fulfill the shop owner's wish to have the visitors' stay more relaxing, we created a space spreading outward with a smaller version of ÔYANE. The “whiter-than-white” Hasami-Ware tiles served as the main material of the building were once used for the inner walls of a tunnel so that its internal visibility would be secured.

Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Windows
© Takumi Ota

These beautiful yet derelict tiles were reincarnated as exterior and interior surfacing including furniture. The restaurant is designed to be connected with ÔYANE alfresco by opening the six sliding glass doors on the east side and setting tables in between. The big windows on the north side are also slidable: you can enjoy idyllic landscape feeling a breeze inside the building.

Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Table, Chair
© Takumi Ota
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Mass Plan
Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Exterior Photography, Facade
© Takumi Ota

Tables, chairs, and stacking trays were originally designed so as to be harmonized with the atmosphere of the restaurant. Inspired by the existing places and materials, we developed a design in which all the elements are blended, extended, and connected naturally as if everything had been projected ab initio.

Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO. - Exterior Photography, Windows
© Takumi Ota

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Project location

Address:2204-4 Orishikisegō, Hasami, Higashisonogi District, Nagasaki 859-3701, Japan

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Cite: "Coyane Saikaitoki Restaurant / DO.DO." 07 Sep 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/968041/coyane-saikaitoki-restaurant-do> ISSN 0719-8884

© Takumi Ota

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