Located in Shanghai's French Concession district, the Little Catch is a tiny seafood shop making the most of its space with a playful design scheme that references all the trimmings of a marina by the sea. A former Chinese takeout restaurant called Lucky Bear, the space has been given an entirely new breath of life thanks to the inclusion of fishing nets that have been stretched across the interior of the retail shop.
Netting-clad walls set the scene in a shop that is a bright blue and white environment, making it feel like a stall at a seaside marketplace. The "fishing net" is constructed from white-coated pieces of metal that have been connected to create openings of varied sizes.
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- By: Rebecca ByersMay 4, 2015