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Currently, with the spread of the COVID 19, restaurants where you need to take off your mask and eat are preventing the virus by separating tables with partitions but most people are still reluctant to go eat out. We are trying to create spaces where people can comfortably gather and dine.
We divide each space with modules made out of transparent materials like glass along with artistic designs which makes a community with people possible through visual exchange.
The size of each module is 2.3m x 2.3m, enough for up to 4 people to eat together.
And each of these modules can be moved and combined , and communication between four or more people can occur within the combined module.
The movement of the module is planned so that it is not restricted by the rail by separating the movement line using the ceiling rail.
Each module has a different concept, which allows employees to recognize the location of the moved module.
In a dark-lit restaurant, the brightly-lit module is emphasized, creating a restaurant focusing on a community of people.
The kitchen, where hygiene is important, is located in a place facing the outside air of the restaurant, which is good for ventilation, and is separated from the dining area by using a glass wall, which allows visual communication.
The front part of the restaurant is also made of glass, and the image of the restaurant as seen from the outside is planned to show an image of a community where small modules are gathered in a large module.
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