Gallery: Stunning Tang Palace Restaurant is Wrapped in a Geometric Bamb...

Private rooms in the back are partitioned by vertical bamboo reeds, creating a separation from the large dining room but still allowing for an airy space.
 
Private rooms in the back are partitioned by vertical bamboo reeds, creating a separation from the large dining room but still allowing for an airy space.

Located in Hangzhou, China, the restaurant offers a mixture of open seating and private rooms connected by an undulating bamboo screen that envelops the space. Each area takes on a slightly different characteristic, providing an organic quality to the interior.

The entrance first exposes the bamboo lattice as it rises from the floor and curls along the sweep of the wall. Inside, the great expanse of the net undulates between the walls, creating a ceiling that slopes gradually downward further into the room.

The bamboo net is made from composite strands that are carefully bent and hung from wire mounted to the ceiling. Private rooms in the back are partitioned by vertical bamboo reeds, creating a separation from the large dining room but still allowing for an airy space.

A suspended stairway leads up to the second floor, where guest can peer down below through the top of the bamboo lattice. Small private dining rooms dot the upper recesses like glowing lanterns. The rooms are suspended from the ceiling, providing a very unique experience while casting a faint glow over the spaces below.

Via Dezeen

Photos by Shu He

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3 Comments

  1. Derek Rader June 9, 2011 at 9:18 am

    Ate here last time we were in Hangzhou. Great place!

  2. Tangs restraunt | Khash... May 29, 2011 at 8:33 am

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  3. doniza May 13, 2011 at 2:21 am

    wow..its very unique restaurant..bacause its native…

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