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Tacofino Ocho餐厅兼酒吧坐落在温哥华芒特普莱森特（Mount Pleasant）社区的轻工业区内，占地2,800平方英尺。具体来看，它位于最近刚翻修完毕的Lightworks大楼内。该大楼是一座装饰艺术风格的建筑，最初由建筑师H.H. Simmonds于1942年设计，曾作为战时电器零件的制造设施使用。
Situated in the light industrial area of Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, the restaurant and bar occupies 2,800 square feet in the recently refurbished art deco Lightworks Building, originally designed by architect H.H. Simmonds in 1942 as a manufacturing facility for war-time electrical parts.
▼餐厅吧台，the bar ©Vishal Marapon
▼吧台局部，partial view of the bar ©Vishal Marapon
The intention of the project was to reference the existing spatial condition—that of the heritage industrial building—and contrast it with the non-traditional ethos that characterizes the client and their food. The industrial quality of the space is emphasized through the use of minimal and unfinished materials such as concrete, steel, plaster, and wood paired with a muted colour palette of greys, greens and black. These rough materials and minimal colours are contrasted throughout the space by the use of a formal flower motif.
partial interior view of the restaurant that uses minimal and unfinished materials paired with a muted colour palette of greys, greens and black ©Vishal Marapon
axon of the dinging area organized around the flower-shaped planter ©September Architecture and Interiors
the dining space organized around the flower-shaped planter ©Vishal Marapon
details of the dining space organized around the flower-shaped planter ©Vishal Marapon
the dining space with the flower-shaped tables ©Vishal Marapon
the dining space defined by curved pony-walls ©Vishal Marapon
the curved pony-walls (left), the flower-shaped decoration (right) ©Vishal Marapon
The simplified form of a flower was adopted from folk art and Eastern religious art by the countercultural movements of the 1960’s and 70’s as a sign of peace or “flower power,” making it emblematic of an influential time in the development of West Coast culture. For the project, this motif has been utilized to create the large curved bar, flower-shaped planter, interlocking high top tables and curved pony-walls, and provides the imagery and patterns used in finishing details. While there is always a tension between experimenting with form and providing the functionality and durability that is required in a restaurant, much like in the history of folk art the approach here was to integrate the ornamental and utilitarian.
the dining space with interlocking high top tables ©Vishal Marapon
The brief of the project is to design a space that could accommodate multiple dining styles, and transition from day to late night. Its key challenges are balancing the light industrial materials of the neighbourhood with the more radical and organic character of the client. In order to solve this issue, architects develop a formal language that could be applied to the utilitarian materials. This project embraces raw materiality and a unique formal language down to the details of the hand-painted menu board and handblown glass table caddie.
the dining space arranged against the wall ©Vishal Marapon
▼平面布置图，floor plan ©September Architecture and Interiors
section AA (north interior elevation) ©September Architecture and Interiors
▼剖面图BB，section BB ©September Architecture and Interiors
section CC (south interior elevation) ©September Architecture and Interiors
Completion date: 2018
Project team: September Architecture and Interiors