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New interior design of YKC II

by Simon Yuen on Oct 20, 2015 in Interiors
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Plotcreative has recently completed the interior design of YKC II in Fujian

Plotcreative Interior Design Ltd from Hong Kong has completed the design of YKC II, in Quanzhou City, Fujian, referencing steam-pot cuisine of Chinese styles throughout its interior. The spatial concept of YKC II comes from ‘seascape’. The Chinese restaurant is adorned with a seafood-themed sea wave decorated by geometric waves and emeralds. Geometric mirrors of stainless steel and copper patterns are also adopted for the purpose of expanding the space.

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Black and white dining booths create an irregular arrangement and subtle contrast to the cement floor and are offset from the black ceiling/white walls. Two-toned dining chairs add a subtle contrast to the restaurant, providing a casual feeling to the dining environment.

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Steamers in a variety of colours have been used throughout the restaurant to create feature walls, while private rooms are decorated with uneven waves to evoke different moods.

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