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RYÙ寿司餐厅在蒙特利尔市中心的Peel大街开设了第5家店面，由Ménard Dworkind Architecture & Design担任设计。
The fifth Ryu sushi restaurant just opened its doors on Peel street in downtown Montreal designed by Ménard Dworkind architecture and design.
Once demolition of the existing space was completed, evidence of the building’s past was revealed. The original walls were found to be covered in a patchwork of plaster, paint, and wallpaper, that had accumulate over the ages. This rich collage inspired MRDK to use the Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi for the design direction. Wabi-Sabi is the aesthetic valorisation of the effects of time – its patinas and signs of wear and tear. Therefore, the preservation of these walls was paramount during the design process. From this beginning MRDK chose a minimalist approach and palette to contrast with the existing walls.
▼入口用餐区域，dining area near the entrance
▼原始的斑驳墙壁被保留下来，the original walls were preserved during the design process
Suspended from the ceiling is a floating structure made of interconnected wooden battens. This recalls traditional Japanese woodwork and also hides the mechanical ducts above. An architectural lighting strategy was developed to bring out the warmth and beauty of this large feature. Mirrors were installed at the end of the dining room doubling this repetative effect.
▼墙壁以镜面覆盖，mirrors were installed at the end of the dining room
▼座位细部，seating area detailed view
▼天花板装置，the floating installation
The carefully detailed bar was entirely covered in Polaris, a synthetic mat black material with a velvet smoothness that gives it a futuristic appeal. Suspended above the bar is a long linear light made of 370 pieces of laser cut aluminium spaced with brass sleeves. A monolithic brass backbar runs the length of the restaurant and is paired with a raw steel, 30 foot long, angle iron anchored to the columns and supporting more than 100 bottle of sake and Japanese whisky.
▼一体化的黄铜托梁沿着吧台背景墙延伸，a monolithic brass backbar runs the length of the restaurant
▼空间细部，interior detailed view
▼吧台拥有天鹅绒般的柔滑质地，the bar was entirely covered in Polaris, a synthetic mat black material with a velvet smoothness
▼由370块激光切割铝材构成的条形灯具，the long linear light made of 370 pieces of laser cut aluminium spaced with brass sleeves
▼钢制酒架，sake and whisky rack
▼直接浇筑到混凝土墙壁的桌椅，tables and benches cantilevered by steel profiles poured directly into a short concrete wall
Opposite the bar are three tables and benches which seem to float. They are cantilevered by steel profiles poured directly into a short concrete wall. Seats are created by wrapping leather around these steel tubes and tables and backrests are made by wrapping the steel with wood. Tables lamps made of folded steel and stretched linen are paired with these floating tables.
▼桌椅如同漂浮在空间当中，tables and benches seem to float
▼由弯折的钢材和亚麻布料制成的桌灯，lamps made of folded steel and stretched linen
▼餐厅大门细部，door detailed view
DESIGNER/ARCHITECT: Ménard Dworkind Architecture & Design
ADDRESS: 1474 Peel Street, Montreal, QC H3A 1S8
AREA: 1 300 sqft
DATE: June 2019
PHOTOGRAPHER: David Dworkind
MATERIALS: Solid Brass, Black Polaris, Poured Concrete, Raw Steel, Solid Aluminum, Pine, Marble, Green Leather, Mosaic Porcelain, Clear Glass, Solid Ash Stained Black