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Atelier E revamps iconic Hong Kong restaurant franchise

by Sophie Cullen on Feb 23, 2016 in Interiors
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The Hokkaido Dairy Farm Restaurant is in the process of revamping its franchise's identity and Atelier E has been appointed to update the interiors

Harnessing elements of a typical dairy farm to reflect the food served in the restaurant, straw, pitched roofs, blue sky and milk have all been used as inspiration for the project. A strict 50/30/20 split between the colours white, brown and blue were utilised throughout the interiors, in line with the corporate colour scheme of the brand.

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A series of timber trusses line the lofty ceiling, with a number of linear metal strip lights forming an abstract roof and sky in the space. Gaps were intentionally left behind and were filled with traditional milk containers acting as shrouds for more artificial lights and mechanical ductwork. The exterior is similarly themed with timber panels and decorated with a metal post box which serves as a takeaway window too.

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