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o.m.k take away & deli designed by BURO KLK

Discover Tokyo vibes with “o.m.k take away & deli” restaurant located in the centre of Vienna and designed by BURO KLK:

Photography by ©David Schreyer

Explore the newest project designed by BÜRO KLK Team. The new o.m.k take away & deli is the fourth collaboration between the Mochi Group and BÜRO KLK. The restaurant is located on one of Vienna’s oldest market squares in the premises of a former laundry service. The new o.m.k take away & deli does not only offer Japanese culinary treats but also a glimpse of the country’s diverse and contemporary capital itself.

Photography by ©David Schreyer

The concept has been translated into a spatial design that comprises Dine-In and Take-Out options as well as a store for Japanese cooking essentials. Inspired by the hustle and bustle of vibrant Tokyo, the interior design by BURO KLK refers to the idea of a flow of people pushing through narrow streets – flanked by neon signs advertising all kinds of goods. The concept for o,m.k. 1010 has been translated into an object-like spatial design that comprises both Dine-In and Take-Out options as well as a store for Japanese cooking essentials.

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Photography by ©David Schreyer

The stations – each with their individual look – symbolize the variety of Tokyo’s shopfronts: Coffee & Matcha bar, take-away counter and shop area define the venue’s spatial situation, Guests are guided by branded signage that mirrors Tokyos characteristic abundance of colorful advertising sings.
In this sense, the stations – each with their individual look – symbolize the variety of the city’s shopfronts: Coffee & Matcha bar, take-away counter and shop area all function independently of each other and at the same time, define the venue’s spatial situation.
A strict grid – the epitome of harmony and modular construction in Japanese architecture determines the main design elements: square tiles framing the cubic kitchen area pick up the pattern on a smaller scale, so do the grid-like shelves made of black oak that present Japanese produce, recipe books and table ware.

Photography by ©David Schreyer
Photography by ©David Schreyer

Credits
o.m.k Deli
Architektur & Design: BÜRO KLK
Branding & Grafik: Bureau F
Foto: David Schreyer

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