Colourful food matching a colourful design.
Phamish is a Vietnamese Restaurant located at Darlinghurst, Sydney. Facet Studio were approached by the owners to create a new image for Phamish using elements of “chrysanthemum” and “gold”.
As a small fitout in an extremely limited space using the outline of a chrysanthemum and a gold colour scheme, the new design incorporates graphic design elements that create the feel of an expansive interior.
The partition is a system that softly defines spaces, and is widely utilised in Asia. The design team decided to randomly locate five partitions adorned with chrysanthemum and gold. As a result, a space was formed between the partitions and the existing walls, which is where customers get a sense of depth. By spreading the chrysanthemums over five panels, the void between the sliced-open flowers creates a strong visual theme.
By designing the effects created by the partitions, the imaginary pictures expand beyond the visible, and Facet Studio believe this imaginary expansion ultimately links to the expansion in sense of space.source