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Spaghetti 360 restaurant

by Simon Yuen on Dec 14, 2015 in Interiors
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Clifton Leung has used linear patterns to design the interior of Spaghetti 360 restaurant 

Spaghetti 360 is a restaurant offering western and Japanese cuisine, with two branches in Shatin and Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong. Recently, the restaurants have been renovated by Hong Kong-born designer Clifton Leung to give diners a new experience.

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Stone, as a traditional material in Japan, is used on the focal feature wall where Spaghetti 360′s signature dishes are engraved. In other parts of different walls, names of dishes are inscribed in both Japanese and English.

As a restaurant specialising in spaghetti, linear wooden stripes and spaghetti-like lighting features have been used to create a unique ceiling design, mimicking the shape and form of spaghetti.

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Standing out from other stores they are surrounded, the restaurants have no tangible walls to separate the dining  areas from the corridors of the external spaces. Instead, linear wooden stripes are used to act as a loose barrier between inside and out and also reflect the simplicity of spaghetti.

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