Rane Interiors produce a wonderful and clutter-free ultra-minimalist interior for a Japanese restaurant that is located in the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. The focus of the design overhaul was to create a welcoming and brightly lit space that answers the demands of the contemporary movement. Rane Interiors were able to successfully instill that type of atmosphere with its choice of materials, approach to detailing and color palette.
Thus, the Saku restaurant has an ultra-minimalist interior that relies on cream nuances. The choice of color arrangement surely does not overpower the senses but communicates an aura of effortless sophistication. For the materials, Rane Interior opts in light slatted wood.
Overall, the ultra-minimalist interior is arranged with "art deco, retro 1970s and traditional Japanese influences in mind."
Photo Credits: Jon McMorran
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