F&B Interiors

Lighting and textures elevate Hong Kong’s latest upscale Japanese restaurant interiors by Steve Leung Design

November 14, 2021

Hong Kong-based Steve Leung Design Group (SLD) recently completed the interior design of God of Teppanyaki – a Japanese restaurant located in the prime location of Causeway Bay in the city. Surrounded by prestigious Michelin-starred restaurants, this 604m2 gastronomic space unfolds a sophisticated interplay of dark shades and luminous accents married with simplistic and contemporary design scheme.

In line with an increased demand for privacy and space amid the pandemic, SLD created a distinctively upscale ambience defined by generous space and neat aesthetics. Spanning multiple private dining rooms to a sake bar, sushi bar, and wine and sake tasting room, elaborate partitions host small groups of four up to large groups of 24 guests featuring a thoughtful spatial design to allow dynamic and customised flows between different areas.

Drawing inspiration from the enchanting beauty of Japanese natural landscape, predominant design elements are integrated into the interiors: a striking Mount Fuji art backdrop, bespoke wallpapers and fabrics bearing traditional botanical patterns, and the abundance of timber and granite used throughout the entire venue, instantaneously bring the diners a vivid experience of authentic Japanese culture. The custom-made lighting arranged by renowned lighting expert Tino Kwan, God of Teppanyaki strikes the right balance between exclusivity and a welcoming space.

Project details:

Project Name: God of Teppanyaki

Project Location: Sino Plaza, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Project Completion: June 2021

Project Area: 604m2

Main Materials: Wood Veneer, Stone, Custom Printed Wallpaper, Special Paint

Lighting Design: Tino Kwan Lighting Consultants Co., Ltd

Photographer Credits: Lit Ma

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