Artist Repurposes Ethernet Cables as Stunning Restaurant Decor
Kengo Kuma and Associates made use of ethernet cables and assorted industrial waste to re-design Tetchan, a Tokyo yakitori bar
In Kichijoji, a suburb of Tokyo, lies Haromonica Yokocho, a now trendy alley and relic of the Japanese post-World War II black-market era. Enter it and you’ll come across Tetchan, a delicious yakitori (skewered grilled chicken) bar stylized by Kengo Kuma and Associates in the most impressive and laudable of ways.
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