The BLUFISH Restaurant Features A Ceiling Of Colored Mesh Cut Outs That Represent Underwater Creatures

This modern restaurant features hand drawn sea life shapes that were then cut out of colored metal mesh and attached to the ceiling to create a sense of being underwater. #ModernRestaurant #RestaurantDesign

Photography by Xiyu Chen

 

SODA architects have recently completed the design of the BLUFISH Restaurant, located in Beijing, China.

 

This modern restaurant features hand drawn sea life shapes that were then cut out of colored metal mesh and attached to the ceiling to create a sense of being underwater. #ModernRestaurant #RestaurantDesign

Photography by Xiyu Chen

The architects created an underwater world full of fantasy and mobility with white as the basic tone and they designed a blue and pink colored metal mesh that extends down from the ceiling.

The mesh ceiling accent and the floors feature six kinds of hand-drawn sketches that represent the underwater coral, aquatic plants and fish groups.


This modern restaurant features hand drawn sea life shapes that were then cut out of colored metal mesh and attached to the ceiling to create a sense of being underwater. #ModernRestaurant #RestaurantDesign

Photography by Xiyu Chen

The design was created by using metal mesh shapes that were cut out with a laser cutter and then attached to the curved white surface of the ceiling.


This modern restaurant features hand drawn sea life shapes that were then cut out of colored metal mesh and attached to the ceiling to create a sense of being underwater. #ModernRestaurant #RestaurantDesign

Photography by Xiyu Chen | Architect: SODA architects | Lead Architects: JIANG Yuan, SONG Chen | Construction: Shanghai Jin Sheng Building Decoration Engineering Co. Ltd

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