J’PAN - the fifth restaurant in the authentic Japanese cuisine concept, located on Chayanova Street. With a passion for creating bespoke and distinctive interiors, we blended the new J'PAN project with the established chain's aesthetic, while infusing a fresh and unique atmosphere.
Our main objective was to create a minimalistic and visually stimulating interior that harmoniously complemented the authentic Japanese cuisine served at J'PAN. By shunning ostentatious and flashy elements, we focused on intricate shapes and textures that delighted and soothed the senses.
To achieve a warm and inviting ambiance, we artfully incorporated relief plaster, ribbed glass, and beechwood furniture, among other carefully selected materials. The large arched windows, which allowed ample natural light into the restaurant, were also optimized to create a bright and welcoming atmosphere.
The layout of J'PAN was also thoughtfully designed to accommodate private and cozy dining areas, while maintaining a spacious overall feel. Decorative partitions and soft wall textures similar to those in other J'PAN restaurants were used to maintain the connection to the established chain, but with a fresh and exciting twist.
The interior is divided into two distinct zones, with each featuring unique design elements that contribute to the overall ambiance of the restaurant. The first zone boasts a stunning relief wall with backlighting, while the second zone is highlighted by a decorative rattan panel wall and a textile panel. These features create a sense of depth and add an extra layer of intrigue to the overall design.
Russia, Moscow,Chayanova 22
Area: 88 m2
Interior designers: Konstantin Ostroukhov & Nikolay Yarin