The YOI Restaurant Fuses Swedish and Asian Design Concepts

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Dec 8, 2012 • References: & frameweb
The YOI Restaurant by Lomar Arkitektur is a marriage of Asian culture and Swedish design. The Stockholm-based eatery features a pan-Asian menu and a minimalist design that stays true to its nation's traditions.

The team from Lomar Arkitekter worked to create the minimalist interior that is reminiscent of a street market. With vibrant hints of mint green and a bright yellow feature wall, the space is both polished and expressive.

Using corrugated steel and wood, the design firm created a simplistic yet spirited space that features cement floors and exposed ceilings. With a mix of neutral tones and subtle hints of bright colors, the interior acts as the perfect backdrop for bright city scene photography that hangs on its walls.

From its retro-inspired furnishings to its industrial fixtures, the YOI Restaurant by Lomar Arkitektur is the perfect fusion of two cultures. Stats for Minimalist Market Eateries Trending: Older & Chilly
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