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Restaurant: The Latest Architecture and News

Ideal Space / Robot 3

© Robot 3 Studio © Robot 3 Studio © Robot 3 Studio © Robot 3 Studio + 14

Shenyang Shi, China
  • Architects: Robot 3
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 265.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2017

VII XII Restaurant / zones design + TORO design(VI)

© Xuwei Xia © Xuwei Xia © Xuwei Xia © Xuwei Xia + 15

Wuhan Shi, China

Snøhetta Unveils Designs for Europe's First Underwater Restaurant

Snøhetta have revealed designs for Europe's first underwater restaurant in the coastal village of Båly, in Norway. The structure, which also houses a marine life research center, teeters over the edge of a rocky outcrop, semi-submerged in the ocean. Built from concrete, the monolithic structure will come to rest on the sea bed five meters below the water's surface; here, it will "fuse" with the ecosystem of the concealed shoreline. Below the waterline, the restaurant’s enormous acrylic windows will frame a view of the seabed.

Ginshariya Restaurant / Tsutsumi & Associates

© Beijing Ruijing Photo (Misae Hiromatsu, Yuming Song) © Beijing Ruijing Photo (Misae Hiromatsu, Yuming Song) © Beijing Ruijing Photo (Misae Hiromatsu, Yuming Song) © Beijing Ruijing Photo (Misae Hiromatsu, Yuming Song) + 15

Shanghai, China
  • Architects: Tsutsumi & Associates
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 102.5 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2017

Coco Republic / HAO Design

© Hey!Cheese © Hey!Cheese © Hey!Cheese © Hey!Cheese + 32

Pingtung City, Taiwan (ROC)
  • Interiors designers: HAO Design
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 248.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2017

Setsugekka Japanese Cuisine / Shanghai Hip-Pop Architectural Decoration Co.

© Jing Zhang © Jing Zhang © Jing Zhang © Jing Zhang + 19

Changchun, China

Instagram Is Changing How We Design Spaces (And Creating Incredibly Lucrative Businesses)

“This place is really Instagrammable, you’ll see what I mean.”

Walking into a tiled entryway and catching a glimpse of the cocoon-shaped swings, I saw fast. Planta, located on a busy street in Downtown Toronto is an Instagram magnet. And they know it. Opened last fall, Planta’s geotagged posts grow daily, with several of the restaurants’ key spaces photographed again and again. With jungle-inspired wallpaper, graphic tiling and a solid 14k following on their own account, the plant-based eatery means business.

Instagram’s parent-company Facebook announced it made $9.1 billion in earnings this quarter on advertising, retaining its longstanding rule over digital advertising alongside with Google’s Alphabet ($26 billion). With Instagram absorbing competitor Snapchat’s story features and increasing the number of sponsored posts it shows this year (yeah, we noticed), it’s not a stretch to say that the social media giant sits at the center of food and beverage trends. But what happens to interior spaces when restaurants set out to be “Instagrammable”?

Open Call: Paris Riverside Restaurant

Paris and the entire country of France is world-famous for its cuisine, with a non-exhaustive list of delicacies and culinary systems. The culinary reputation of Paris is very rich, cultured and diverse. French food culture, according to UNESCO, is important for 'bringing people together to enjoy the art of good eating and drinking' and the power to create 'togetherness, the pleasure of taste, and the balance between human beings and the products of nature'.

OPEN Architecture Reveals Art Spaces for the Coastal City of Qinhuangdao Inspired by Dunes and Sea

Text description provided by the architects. Chinese firm OPEN Architecture has revealed their latest project in progress, a museum located on the coast of Bohai Bay in northern China. Titled "Dialogue by the Sea," their project comprises two complementary art spaces: a cave-inspired space hidden within the beach's sand dunes, and a second space that rises from the sea "like a solitary piece of rock." Both projects are currently under construction, with a timeline yet to be released.

Rendering. Image Courtesy of SEA ART SPACE Rendering. Image Courtesy of SEA ART SPACE Bar. Image Courtesy of DUNE ART SPACE Skylight Study + 35

Beauty Free Baking Restaurants / ZONES DESIGN

© Xia Xuwei © Xia Xuwei © Xia Xuwei © Xia Xuwei + 21

Wuhan Shi, China
  • Architects: ZONES DESIGN
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 205.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2016

Food Ink. is the World's First 3D Printing Restaurant

Bringing together architects, artists, chefs, designers and engineers, pop-up restaurant Food Ink. has laid claim to the title of "world's first 3D-printing restaurant." The restaurant utilizes 3D printers produced by Dutch company byFlow to create dishes out of hummus, chocolate mousse, smashed peas, goat cheese or pizza dough – essentially anything that can take the form of a paste. The paste can then be fed through the extruder to create culinary sculptures.

YKC II / PLOTCREATIVE Interior Design

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Quanzhou, China

Porterhouse by Laris / Kokaistudios

© Edmon Leong © Edmon Leong © Edmon Leong © Edmon Leong + 14

Hong Kong, China
  • Architects: Kokaistudios
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 590.0 sqm
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2015