Deep within Hong Kong lies Mak Mak, a restaurant that bears an unusual façade. Set to look like a Thai grocery stall, local firm, NC Design & Architecture, managed to make this space look like it was straight from a film set.
Gathering inspiration from wooden villas and shophouses that are typical in Southeast Asia, the company brought in classic design features and put their own twist on it.
Inside the windowless restaurant, they had to tackle lighting creatively. By putting soft lighting behind rattan-covered walls, it created the affect of sunlight shining through. Fluorescent LED lighting tubes are also installed throughout.
With a goal to transport visitors away from their normal lives, Mak Mak is certainly a sight to see!
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