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  • 2019 - Restaurant & Bar Design Awards / New Entry

John Anthony (Hong Kong) designed by Linehouse

Design Brief:

A restaurant by Hong Kong-based group Maximal Concepts, the story draws from historical figure John Anthony, the first Chinese man to be naturalized as British in 1805. John Anthony embarked on a voyage from East to West arriving in Limehouse, the London docklands. The design draws on his journey, exploring the fusion of architectural styles & sustainable materiality to create a British tea hall turned Chinese canteen.

Design Challenges:

The restaurant is located in a basement with no natural light, so this was woven into the story and the main dining hall became an interpretation of the storehouses in the docks. The staircase entrance is made from white metal and backlit glass. The high-level arches inside the restaurant are backlit, allowing for shifting light through day and night.

Design Results:

Linehouse plays on the nostalgia of the Chinese canteen. The design explores materials John Anthony encountered on his journey: hand glazed tiles, natural and racked renders, reclaimed terracotta tiles from abandoned houses in China, hand dyed fabrics & hand woven wickers. At the heart of the venue is Maximal Concepts’ sustainable message, woven into every aspect of the interior and operations.

www.linehousedesign.com
www.johnanthony.hk

Check out the full entry here:

https://restaurantandbardesignawards.com/awards/entry.php?id=7510

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  • 2019 - Restaurant & Bar Design Awards / New Entry

    John Anthony (Hong Kong) designed by Linehouse

    Design Brief:

    A restaurant by Hong Kong-based group Maximal Concepts, the story draws from historical figure John Anthony, the first Chinese man to be naturalized as British in 1805. John Anthony embarked on a voyage from East to West arriving in Limehouse, the London docklands. The design draws on his journey, exploring the fusion of architectural styles & sustainable materiality to create a British tea hall turned Chinese canteen.

    Design Challenges:

    The restaurant is located in a basement with no natural light, so this was woven into the story and the main dining hall became an interpretation of the storehouses in the docks. The staircase entrance is made from white metal and backlit glass. The high-level arches inside the restaurant are backlit, allowing for shifting light through day and night.

    Design Results:

    Linehouse plays on the nostalgia of the Chinese canteen. The design explores materials John Anthony encountered on his journey: hand glazed tiles, natural and racked renders, reclaimed terracotta tiles from abandoned houses in China, hand dyed fabrics & hand woven wickers. At the heart of the venue is Maximal Concepts’ sustainable message, woven into every aspect of the interior and operations.

    www.linehousedesign.com
    www.johnanthony.hk

    Check out the full entry here:

    https://restaurantandbardesignawards.com/awards/entry.php?id=7510

    #RBDA   #RBDA2019  
    #RBDAentries   #RBDApop  
    #restaurantandbardesignawards

    #linehouse   #johnanthony  
    #maximalconcepts
    #johnanthonyhk   #johnanthonyeats  
    #hongkong

    #hospitality   #hospitalitydesign   #restaurant  
    #restaurantdesign   #bar   #bardesign  
    #foodandbeverage   #asiarestaurant
    #design   #interiors   #interiordesign   #decor  
    #photography   #hospitalityphotography  
    #interiorarchitecture #newopening   #newrestaurant   #newbar
  • 1,423 10 19 March, 2019
  • “The Portland urban landscape is particularly rich in architectural styles and greenscapes. We were inspired by the city’s surrounding natural beauty and abundant forest lands,” says @elkcollective founder Kelly Ogden, who recently refreshed the Hyatt House Portland/Downtown. Driven by a theme of “Northwest modernism,” the sundrenched lobby welcomes guests with a variety of seating styles and configurations spanning the space to differentiate the lounge, dining, and coworking areas from one another. To find out more, visit hospitalitydesign.com. 📸: @shaun_daley #hospitalitydesign #hdmag
  • “The Portland urban landscape is particularly rich in architectural styles and greenscapes. We were inspired by the city’s surrounding natural beauty and abundant forest lands,” says @elkcollective founder Kelly Ogden, who recently refreshed the Hyatt House Portland/Downtown. Driven by a theme of “Northwest modernism,” the sundrenched lobby welcomes guests with a variety of seating styles and configurations spanning the space to differentiate the lounge, dining, and coworking areas from one another. To find out more, visit hospitalitydesign.com. 📸: @shaun_daley #hospitalitydesign #hdmag
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  • • Salt Wood Kitchen and Oysterette • 
Talk about a dreamy interior! 📍 @saltwoodkitchen 🍴
  • • Salt Wood Kitchen and Oysterette •
    Talk about a dreamy interior! 📍 @saltwoodkitchen 🍴
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