BK Architects has built a slick new noodle bar on the streets of Kfar-Sabba in Israel. The idea behind the intricate design of Zozobra was to make the space open and social. The exposed kitchen became a dominant design feature, as a massive white geometrically faceted shell covers the top. Visitors gain the experience of having a peek of whats going on behind house, while they dine in a social atmosphere on long “family” style tables.
White glossy Cylindrical lights stream down from the ceiling creating an effect that almost appears to be rain falling from the sky, while massive projectors shoot motion graphics onto the walls of the restaurant. The dramatic lighting effects mixed with the reflective materials are a stellar recipe for and exciting space!
(Photography: BK Architects)
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