For the aesthetic of a new Japanese-Mediterranean fusion restaurant in Valencia, Spain, Nonna Design Projects decided to embrace the dualistic cultural value of the establishment and translate it more concretely through the interior.
The result is a modern and quaint atmosphere that invites guests for a nice casual dinner. Dubbed 'Kamon,' the business highlights its Japanese roots through subtle architectural references, as well as a few "traditional organic details, like flora that is typically associated with [Eastern traditions]." Of course, the composition of the Japanese-Mediterranean fusion restaurant also establishes the juxtaposition with Nordic cultures through the use of "unfinished wood elements and lighting techniques for added warmth and texture." In addition, a subtle and recurring grid characteristic seems to bring uniformity to the Spanish restaurant and pops of color add a playful aura.
Photo Credits: David Zarzoso
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