Interior Design with HAVER Architectural Mesh.
Early 2015 the internationally renowned conductor and violinist Joji Hattori opened in Vienna’s 1st district, in direct neighborhood to the Albertina, Opera and Hotel Sacher a remarkable restaurant with excellent Japanese cuisine.
The Restaurant “Shiki” – Japanese for “Four Seasons” but also for “Conducting” – stand according to the vita of Joji Hattori for a successful combination of Japanese culture and European style. On total 280 m² you can enjoy in the sectors Bar, Brasserie and Fine-Dining menus from regional ingredients prepared in an innovative Japanese Style.
Dining in contemporary ambiance
For the architecture and design concept the architects of BEHF Corporate Architects were brought in. The aim of the design was to create a Japanese-inspired and at the same time European interior design. The elegant and modern ambience with perfectly concerted materials reflect the high demand of the restaurant even in the interior design.
Also Architectural Mesh by HAVER & BOECKER plays a significant role in the design concept of the architects. Different wall areas were put in the limelight with HAVER Architectural Mesh. Two different mesh types were used for the claddings: LARGO-PLENUS 2027 as decorative wall covering in the Brasserie as well as EGLA-MONO 4371 as an optical highlight in front of some plant areas in the Fine-Dining.
However, the Architectural Mesh was not used in stainless steel look, the mesh received a colored painting. The mesh elements LARGO-PLENUS 2027 got a metallic bronze lacquering, while the EGLA-MONO 4371 elements received a special painting in the color of the exterior façade.
Woven wire mesh can generally be combined with a variety of colors. In addition to RAL colors, there are also numerous metallic colors available. The creative possibilities are almost unlimited as multi-colored designs can also be applied.
In total 140 m² of HAVER Architectural Mesh have been integrated into the design concept of the restaurant Shiki.
Photo: Bruno Klomfar | Fotografie