Yakimono 餐厅 ,墨尔本,Russell & George

好的餐馆是能把你带到别的地方的地方。在那里,你会去一个你没有去过的地方旅行;在那里,你会暂停怀疑。这确实是任何好的餐厅设计的基本动力,创造一系列的空间来支持一个伟大的餐厅经营者的经验。它们也是讲述我们的文化和共同用餐的地方。墨尔本是世界上伟大的国际大都市的餐饮城市之一。它的餐馆多种多样,种类繁多。Yakimono是代表这种伟大餐饮文化的最新场所之一。

Good restaurants are places that take you somewhere else. Places where you go on a journey to somewhere you haven’t been; places where you suspend disbelief. This is really the fundamental driver of any good restaurant design, to create a series of spaces that support the experience of a great restaurant operator. They are also places that speak about our culture and dining together. Melbourne is one of the world’s great cosmopolitan dining cities. Its restaurants are diverse and varied. Yakimono is one of the latest venues that represent that great dining culture.

Yakimono位于柯林斯街80号的重建项目中,共有三层,占地685平方米。它的设计参考了雨后的东京街道和这个伟大首都的活力和能量。从充满电力和活力的入口开始,Yakimono显然是为了把你带到另一个地方。从你进入一楼餐厅的那一刻起,从其挑衅性的LED和霓虹灯入口到声音和灯光的袭击,你的难以置信的感觉就被暂停。这家餐厅充满了活力。沿着楼梯往上走,你就进入了另一个世界,这是一个霓虹灯下的沉浸式空间,有一个大型的中央厨房、吸烟烤架和传统居酒屋风格的周边座位。但这并不是一家传统的日本餐馆。它的风格和方法是澳大利亚独有的。

Situated in the 80 Collins Street redevelopment, Yakimono spans three levels and 685 square meters. It’s designed to reference rain-drenched Tokyo streets and the vibrancy and energy of that great capital. From the electric and vibrant entrance, Yakimono is clearly designed to take you somewhere else. Your sense of disbelief is suspended from the moment you enter the restaurant on the ground floor, from its provocative LED and neon-lit entrance to the assault of sound and light. This restaurant is all about energy. Ascending the stairs, you are transformed into another world, a neon-lit immersive space with a large central kitchen, smoking grills, and perimeter seating in the style of a traditional izakaya. But this is not a traditional Japanese restaurant. The style and approach are uniquely Australian.

在外部玻璃和主要流通楼梯上使用二色性薄膜,创造了一个随着你的移动而变化的环境。大型圆形吊灯根据你在餐厅内的有利位置而改变颜色,因为它们被应用在大多数玻璃表面的二色性薄膜所反射。日本传统的松木和橡木的使用与抛光不锈钢图案的反光天花板形成鲜明对比。隐蔽的声音衰减和夜总会级别的音响系统为这家餐厅增添了活力和生机。坐在吧台前成为一种转变的体验。

The use of dichroic film for external glazing and the main circulation stair creates an environment that changes as you move around. Large circular pendant lights appear to change color depending on your vantage point within the restaurant, as they are reflected in dichroic film applied to most glazed surfaces. The use of traditional Japanese timber joinery proportions in pine and oak sits in contrast to the reflective ceilings in patterned polished stainless steel. Hidden sound attenuation and a nightclub-grade sound system add to the energy and vibrancy of this restaurant. Sitting at the bar becomes a transformational experience.

上层是酒吧,卡座是仿照日本火车上的座位设计的。这一层的体验有一种不同的能量,但反映了澳大利亚对日本体验的独特理解。 餐厅的所有家具都是当地制造的,座位是由罗斯-迪迪埃为JRF设计的。桌子和综合家具是由建筑师设计的,与整体概念相一致。因此,这个空间是完全沉浸式的。从运营的角度来看,服务模式和员工流程与顾客体验同样重要。这家餐厅的设计将形式和功能完美地结合在一起,为顾客提供了一个无缝的体验。

The upper level is the bar, and booth seating is modeled on seating on a Japanese train. The experience on this level has a different kind of energy but reflects the same unique Australian take on a Japanese experience. All furniture in the restaurant is locally made, and the seating was designed by Ross Didier for JRF. Tables and integrated furniture were designed by the architect, in line with the overall concept. As a result, the space is completely immersive. From an operational point of view, the service model and staff flow were as important as the customer experience. The design of this restaurant seamlessly integrates form and function, providing a seamless experience for the patron.

Architects: Russell & George
Area : 685 m²
Year : 2021
Photographs :Tim O’Connor, Tom Blachford
Manufacturers : Sphera, Metz Tiles, Rimex Metals Australia, Ross Didier / James Richardson Furniture
Lead Architects : Ryan Russell, Byron George
Interior Designers : Russell & George
Project Manager : Armitage Jones
Services Engineers : JJA Consulting Group
Structural Engineer : AECOM
Main Contractor : MPA
Electrical Contractor : Engie
Associate : Caitlin Ripper
Designer : Rimgaile Fletcher
Graphic Designer : Projects of Imagination, Nick Cox
Client : Chris Lucas – The Lucas Group
Industrial Designers : Russell & George
Facade Engineers : Arup
Kitchen Consultant : Eatscape
Joinery : Michael Schiavello
City : Melbourne
Country : Australia