The Secession Restaurant by Process5 Focuses on Cultural Dining

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Mar 25, 2014 • References: process5 & designboom
The Secession Restaurant built in Japan by company Process5 focuses on merging two entities together: art and dining. The establishment is based on Viennese artwork, adding to this high culture atmosphere and encouraging guests to talk about the various art pieces adorning the walls.

The entire experience is designed to be as lavish as possible, including the meals. This concept takes the idea of fine dining to an all new level, combining elements from high society and fusing them with the perks of being at a higher-end restaurant. The interior features art from different artists, and is placed close to the intimate table settings to allow guests to feel as close to the pieces as possible.

Process5 did an excellent job with exuding a high-class feeling with this restaurant design.

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