The order of the day at Japanese hibachi grill restaurant, Eazy Peazy was less is more.
Diverse dining experiences have been curated within a single environment, serving all the senses.
The concept behind this space was to illuminate a miniature Japanese landscape. Experimentation was key in achieving the desired distribution and spread of light so that the illumination accomplished the task of lighting the space functionally but also grazed the carefully considered interior layers and textures.
We communicated a relaxed dining mood through indirect lighting techniques. For example, achieving the right mounting detail, spec and output was crucial in softly illuminating the hand troweled walls. This was critical in representing the calmness of a zen garden. High level strip lighting which reflected off the beautiful textured ceiling also acted as a functional indirect light for the dining space, resulting in a warm, calm mood.
Some of the feature lighting was executed using customised stick lights to intersect like Tokyo’s Shibuya crossing. The kitchen pod up with 3000k warm white panel lights to make sure the open kitchen is consistent with the dining space and pays respect to the beautiful ply textures used in the kitchen area. The bar’s clean and raw lines were enhanced using mini concealed strip lighting which disappears into the shelf’s softly illuminating the in house sake bottles and a mini tubular pendant softly highlight the bar tops raw beauty.
LIT Lighting Design
Carr Design Group
“Achieving the right mounting detail, spec and output was crucial in softly illuminating the hand troweled walls. This was critical in representing the calmness of a zen garden.”