Artist Repurposes Ethernet Cables as Stunning Restaurant Decor

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

Olivier Willems
  • 22 april 2015

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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