Korean design office M4 designed the ‘HoHum‘, a tagine cuisine restaurant in Seoul. Tagine is well-being fusion cuisine which applies Morocco’s traditional tagine low-moisture recipe modernly, not very well known in South Korea.
Interiors demonstrating the furniture from the Italian brand MY home collection.
The fish club takes place in a former butcher shop. Design of the space is influenced by South American classics: bright colors, geometric patterns.
The Y5 chair is designed by Sami Kallio. The name comes from the five Y’s that make the back of the chair.
At first glance the concept of a restaurant centred around vegetables, health foods and what-have-you is not the most obvious addition to the super-modern Eurovea development on the banks of the Danube, but a quick look inside Mercado reveals plenty of urban industrial to the design to go with the rustic produce.