IZUMI Charlottenlund是丹麦哥本哈根一家餐厅的室内设计项目。 IZUMI是一家连锁餐厅，供应北欧风味的日本料理，在大哥本哈根都市区内有数家分店。为了打造新的品牌形象，PAN-PROJECTS与mok architects共同接受委托，塑造空间形象，表达餐厅概念。通过设计，团队将IZUMI的品牌宣言“Nordic twisted Japanese”成功地转化为具象的空间体验。
IZUMI Charlottenlund is an interior renovation project for a restaurant locates in Copenhagen, Denmark. IZUMI is a chain restaurant serves Nordic twisted Japanese cuisines that holds several restaurants around greater Copenhagen. Due to the need of rebranding, PAN- PROJECTS together with mok architects were assigned to design a spatial identity which interior expresses the concept of the restaurant. As a response, the team translated IZUMI’s manifesto of “Nordic twisted Japanese” culture into its spatial experience.
▼室内概览，overview © Yuta Sawamura
Japan and Nordic has a rich history of cultural interactions. Especially in a field of design, there are many of examples that are rooted originally in Japanese culture yet developed uniquely in the land of Nordic region. We designed with the inspiration of its characteristic trend of Scandinavia and Japan in which the studio found a great potential to represent IZUMI’s concept.
▼从入口看室内，view of the interior space from the entrance © Yuta Sawamura
▼窗边的座位，seats by the window © Yuta Sawamura
▼看向开放式厨房，view of the open kitchen © Yuta Sawamura
As a design strategy, we adopted Japanese spatial characters to the Scandinavian context while manipulating various Japanese-influenced Nordic elements: aiming to fabricate a new standard of Japan-Scandinavian design interactions. The curved wood panels covering an iconic show kitchen is developed based on the concept to represent an interior identity of IZUMI. The panels’ module system is derived from a Japanese traditional wood dimension system which reflects the spatial module units rooted in Japanese tatami format.
▼面板体现榻榻米元素，panel reflecting tatami elements © Yuta Sawamura
On the other hand, the panels are made of Scandinavian oak which is a common material for Nordic wood crafts. On top of that, the panels draw slight curves with an inspiration from steam-bent Scandinavian furniture. As a result of those manipulations, the spatial experience achieved unique mixture of Nordic and Japanese, telling a story of IZUMI through its space. We aimed to create a new way of design interactions between Scandinavia and Japan by exploring both cultures deeply and expressed it with a modest touch.
▼灯光营造氛围，lighting creating atmosphere© Yuta Sawamura
▼丰富的木质元素来源于两种文化，rich wood elements coming from two cultures © Yuta Sawamura
▼细部，桌椅设计，details, furniture design © Yuta Sawamura
▼细部，光影，details, light and shadow © Yuta Sawamura
▼细部，榻榻米墙壁，details, wall panel of tatami © Yuta Sawamura
Project name: IZUMI Charlottenlund
Architecture Firm: PAN- PROJECTS + mok architects
PAN- PROJECTS: https://pan-projects.com/
mok architects: https://mokarchitects.dk/
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PAN- PROJECTS: https://www.instagram.com/pan_projects/
mok architects: https://www.instagram.com/mok_architects
Completion Year: 2019
Gross Built Area: 120m2
Project location: Jægersborg Alle 30, 2920 Charlottenlund, Denmark
Architects: Yuriko Yagi, Kazumasa Takada, Miki Morita, Suguru Kobayashi
Clients: IZUMI Aps
Construction & Millworks: Indretningsfabrikken