SHOO工作室的任务是设计莫斯科街头美食概念餐厅的内饰。Abu Ghosh餐厅坐落在1911年建成的小花园亭子里的一条小巷里,在这22平方米的空间里提供正宗的以色列食物,这个餐厅需要容纳一个开放的厨房、座位区和浴室。原始的砖被修复并涂成白色,然后以蓝色,粉红色和黄色的俏皮调色板分层。

STUDIO SHOO was tasked with designing the interior of a street food concept restaurant in Moscow. Housed in an alley in a tiny 1911 garden pavilion, Abu Ghosh serves up authentic Israeli food from its 22-square-meter space, which had to accommodate an open kitchen, seating area, and a bathroom. The original brick was restored and painted white before layering in a playful palette of blue, pink, and yellow accents.


A communal table in the center offers space for larger parties, while other tables, like the bar tables seat smaller groups. The window sills add extra spots to sit when at the tall tables.


Vintage lamps from the 1950s are suspended from the ceiling for additional light.


Painted, wall-mounted shelves provide much needed storage space for glassware.


The tall windows, which were restored with a historic pattern, fill the interior with maximum natural light.