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Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

Tetsujin Japanese restaurant in Melbourne by Architects EAT in collaboration with Principle Design embraces the concept of order and chaos.

Tetsujin Japanese restaurant in Melbourne by Architects EAT in collaboration with Principle Design embraces the concept of order and chaos.

Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

Tetsujin Japanese restaurant in Melbourne by Architects EAT in collaboration with Principle Design embraces the concept of order and chaos.

Just look at these tables. It's great how they created a different design but still maintained and highlighted the Japanese vibes. Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

It's great how they created a different design but still maintained and highlighted the Japanese vibes. Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

Tetsujin Japanese restaurant in Melbourne by Architects EAT in collaboration with Principle Design embraces the concept of order and chaos.

Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

Tetsujin Japanese restaurant in Melbourne by Architects EAT in collaboration with Principle Design embraces the concept of order and chaos.

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exposed timber frame highlights interior of techné's souvlaki restaurant

Japanese minimalism, Melbourne style

Hidden away in a lane-way off Melbourne& Clarendon Street is the Wynyard Café, little sister to Giddiup Café on Coventry Street.

Virgin Australia Lounge Melbourne:Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects

Virgin Lounge Melbourne by Tonkin Zulaika Greer - they describe the ceiling as a "net’, which establishes the organic geometry for the entire space. The recesses between the interconnecting ceiling panels conceal the myriad of required services.

Vinyl hammocks in a department store in Tokyo, by Japanese firm Ryuji Nakamura Architects.

Bench Between Pillars by Ryuji Nakamura Architects

::RETAIL:: Vinyl hammocks in a department store in Tokyo, by Japanese firm Ryuji Nakamura Architects.

leManoosh collates trends and top notch inspiration for Industrial Designers, Graphic Designers, Architects and all creatives who love Design.

leManoosh collates trends and top notch inspiration for Industrial Designers, Graphic Designers, Architects and all creatives who love Design.

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