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After a few days visiting the Chinatowns of San Francisco and Vancouver, the architect designer team Guillaume Ménard and David Dworkind (MRDK) developed a clear design intention for the Miss Wong restaurant in Laval. They were inspired by the vibrant neon signage, the classic folding scissor gates, and the hanging lanterns, all of which created a bright and exciting atmosphere.
The user enters the restaurant under a low ceiling and passes through a vintage Chinese arch framing a portrait of Miss Wong herself. This compressed space then opens up into the main area of the restaurant, which is an enormous 10000 square foot space with 22-foot-tall ceilings.
▼接待区的圆窗，the round window of the reception area
▼客人从复古中式拱门进入餐厅，the user enters the restaurant under a low ceiling and passes through a vintage Chinese arch framing a portrait of Miss Wong herself
▼招财猫墙，fortune cat wall
This area is divided symmetrically by two bars and areas of raised seating. Hanging on the columns are 6 large neon and lightbox signs advertising fictional shops. These signs, and the custom lamps on the tables, create a street market like ambiance.
▼主空间由两座吧台和一个抬升的座位区划分为两个对称的部分，the main area is divided symmetrically by two bars and areas of raised seating
▼空间中的6根立柱上悬挂着大型的霓虹灯牌和灯箱，模拟出中式商店的样子，hanging on the columns are 6 large neon and lightbox signs advertising fictional shops
▼夹层座位区视角，view from the raised seating area
The main area then breaks off into four different zones that surround it. These areas are smaller and more intimate. Each of them has its own unique characteristics, allowing people a different dinning experience every time they visit. One of these areas is a recreation of a Chinese pergola. Another is inspired by a Chinese opium den, with a green carpet, and a ceiling covered in glowing lanterns. Custom designed lights and stools give the space an entirely unique character.
▼围绕着主空间布置的尺度更小、气氛更加私密的区域，the main area then breaks off into four different zones that surround it
▼其中一个区域装饰以绿色地毯和发光的灯笼，one of the zones is inspired by a Chinese opium den, with a green carpet, and a ceiling covered in glowing lanterns
▼悬挂着灯笼的天花板，ceiling with hanging lanterns
▼墙上的折叠推拉门元素，the element inspired by classic folding scissor gates
▼定制灯具贯穿了整个餐厅空间，customized lighting fixtures
▼楼梯边的小桌子，a small table at the stair
▼首层平面图，ground floor plan
DESIGNER/ARCHITECT: Ménard Dworkind architecture & design
LOCATION: 1780 Avenue Pierre-Péladeau, Laval, Quebec, Canada
SIZE: 10 000 ft2
DATE: July 2018
PHOTOGRAPHS: David Dworkind