The Japanese Noodle Restaurant is an Eco Architectural Stunner

By: Amanda Chang - Published: Nov 5, 2010   Updated: Jun 20 2011 • References: archdaily &
I wish more restaurants looked like the open-air concept Japanese Noodle Restaurant. A stunning architectural beauty located in Jakarta, Indonesia, this noodle restaurant is also eco-friendly!

Designed by DSA+s, the inspiration behind the design of the building were 'umbrellas' which can also be easily assembled and disassembled. Featuring a structure made purely from bamboos tied together, the Japanese Noodle Restaurant is definitely one worth checking out.

Implications - With so much harm done to the environment each day, modern-age customers are looking for products that help sustain natural resources. Incorporating a green-friendly approach into everyday experiences appeals to consumers who have fast-paced lives but still want to help the Earth. Developing organic products that are used on a daily basis could attract a wider audience for companies looking to grow their brand. Stats for Sustainable Noodle Huts Trending: Older & Average
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