Description: Tuna is called hon maguro in Japanese, which literally means “genuine”. The restaurant is divided into two sections. The designer added a set of arched wooden frames here. You will find the heart of the Tuna Maguro, which is decorated with sweeping lines and wood colors that connect both sides of the restaurant. These frames are the defining features of the restaurant. The areas on both sides were reconnected through light wood color and curved lines. This location is the core of the restaurant, as well as the meaning of “Hon Maguro”, which is a metaphor for the restaurant’s heart.

Company: Lo Tsz Chung Frankie 羅子聰

Award: Asia Design Prize (Korea)