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The corona pandemic has destroyed the world economy, and many warehouses have closed their doors. When large warehouse buildings are closed, they often become irreparable and dangerous in the city.
In order to solve these problems, the warehouse has been transformed into a restaurant that can bring new experiences by utilizing various advantages of warehouse buildings to match the unique characteristics of restaurants.
First, using the height of the building in the warehouse, the seats were arranged to fit the distance while forming a multi-tiered structure in the restaurant, allowing restaurants to use partition booths to prevent the spread of the virus. A transparent partition booth was set up to minimize sense of difference of the space and to create an environment where all customers can enjoy the atmosphere of the restaurant.
Second, the opening was expanded to bring advantages to landscape views and natural lighting, and this was used to create a kind of greenhouse where guests could eat indoor crops on the spot. Visitors will be able to unique experience the natural elements of indoor-grown urban farms in restaurants with industrial interiors that they have never felt before.
Third, there is no obstacle to constructing a new space. Because warehouses are large spaces, they have a suitable environment for forming new mass, walls, and slabs. Using this advantage, you can create a colorful space in the large frame of the warehouse and develop it into a great restaurant.
A restaurant is a place that creates happy memories with friends, family, and loved ones. However, when the coronavirus broke out, people's misfortunes are growing as the new term "Corona Blue" has emerged. As the saying goes, "Turn a crisis into an opportunity," I hope this restaurant will bring back happy memories to grieving people who have lost their special space to the coronavirus.
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