Deliberately use the rough texture of wood and stone to carry out the simple and natural style, and adopt a new spatial layout to preserve the ancient streets of the traditional Edo style. The restaurant has a tatami area on the side of the wall, and a semi-closed space is set by the bamboo screen so that guests sitting on the ground can enjoy a comfortable meal and talk about it. First of all, the choice of materials is best to be intimate building materials, wood and stone can be said to be the oldest and most intimate material, the texture and color can also be well integrated with the surrounding environment. The interior design is still based on the intimate wood material, and the transparent large glass floor-to-ceiling design is to introduce the outdoor environment to the interior to the maximum extent so that people can feel the close contact between man and nature. The natural landscape and the method of artificial landscaping are grouped together to form a specific scene in the interior. First of all, in the interior space, the formal language such as poetry, vouchers, and couplets, and the profound meanings contained therein are used, and the indoor space. The combination allows the guests to understand the content of the landscape and realize the effect of the atmosphere. Secondly, in a limited space, simulating the scenery of nature, using natural mountains, rocks, flowers, and waters, and architecture, the architecture is combined with mountains and rocks, reflecting the shape of the natural rocks, flowers and trees, and The role of the teaser. The organization of the indoor landscape space is not a single element, nor a simple combination of multiple spaces, but a combination of multiple landscaping elements.
The Japanese-style interior design, from the whole to the local, from the space to the details, all use natural decoration materials, grass, bamboo, mat, wood, paper, rattan, stone, and other decoration materials in the Japanese-style interior design. ease-of-use.
In the dining room, the decoration from the ground to the roof adopts the most natural and pure material, while keeping the original color as untouched as possible, and rarely using modern decoration materials such as metal. This kind of close-to-nature decoration shows a peaceful living mood and a quiet and far-reaching life mentality.
Japanese-style interior design does not respect the luxury and luxury but uses natural materials such as wood, bamboo, hemp, cotton, and rattan. Bright and transparent lines, less decoration and embellishment, simple shape, mostly straight lines, creating a strong geometric, three-dimensional sense.
The flow and separation of the space, the flow is a room; the separation is divided into several functional spaces. Discard the curve in the space division and have a strong three-dimensional sense. The interior decoration is mainly traditional calligraphy and painting, ukiyo-e, tea set, green plants, padded cloth, paper fan, samurai sword, dolls, and masks. What is more, the kimono is used to decorate the room directly. The color is elegant and straightforward, and the indoor atmosphere is pure and fresh.