Coca Grill in Bangkok, Thailand, combines the comfort and coziness of a restaurant with the look and feel of an outdoor street food market. Designed by Integrated Field, the design team combined various elements of outdoor food markets typically found in Asia.
The unique interior of the restaurant is decorated with tables that look like vendor carts, neon lights and signs, colorful chairs, street floor patterns, manholes, and an open kitchen. The interior is highly flexible where the tables can be easily wheeled around to create different layouts and space.
According to Integrated Field, the inspiration came from “street vendor type restaurants” in regions like Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Thailand. The design firm explains that:
The feeling of an “INDOOR STREET” is what we use as a main character for this restaurant along with some of those important characters we picked out and used, such as ‘street vendors type restaurant’, ‘light signs on the street’, ‘street floor patterns’, ‘manholes’, ‘visible/open kitchen’ and ‘colorful chairs’.
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