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美食与摇滚!安特卫普The Jane餐厅设计/ Piet Boon第1张图片

© Richard Powers

       如果美食是一种宗教信仰,那么安特卫普的这家新餐厅一定会让你有种想要朝圣的冲动。位于比利时安特卫普的The Jane餐厅是由餐厅老板、米其林厨师 Sergio Herman 以及他的得力助手 Nick Bril 与荷兰设计工作室 Piet Boon 经过两年多的密切合作,成功地将一座军事医院教堂改造成一个集合了美食与摇滚的餐厅。

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© Richard Powers

       投影在穹顶上的巨大骷髅头仿佛在大笑着俯瞰餐厅中的饮食男女。设计师最大化地保留了教堂原有的材料和特色,如地板上那些错综复杂的马赛克和拱形的天花板,伴随着时间的流逝,剥落的色彩更加显示出其魅力所在,也与质朴的家具和打扫得一尘不染的墙壁形成鲜明的对比。各种图案风格雕刻装饰着厨房的不锈钢表面,一盏灯以头骨的造型俯瞰整个餐厅,从高处给顾客投射出一张大大的笑脸。厨师们在印着摇滚图腾的不锈钢操作台上忙碌的工作着,同时客人们也可以透过玻璃墙面见证整个烹饪过程。

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© Richard Powers

       Herman,Bril和Boon的热情完全融合在内部空间纯洁、丰富的材料中,包括高质量的天然石材、皮革和橡木。设计事务所Piet Boon与行业内一些领先的创意合作伙伴共同合作,用他们全部的经验打造出一个美食与摇滚特色兼备的餐厅。

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© Richard Powers

       作为将现有建筑的使用功能与建筑前身连为一体的媒介,窗户也起到了桥梁作用,那些覆盖着传统西欧教会中彩色玻璃的独到设计,让人仿若回到了久远的年代。但如果您仔细观察就会发现,这些窗口上所描绘的不是圣徒故事,而是 Job Smeets 与 Nynke Tynagel 带来的奇趣图案,他们将动物图案与其他的异形图案进行结合,便诞生出这组吃苹果的企鹅、防毒面具与生日蛋糕的图形,设计师天马行空的想象力确实也为餐厅带来了些许幽默。

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       贝鲁特当地的设计事务所为此项目专门设计了一盏令人印象深刻的吊灯。PSLAB设计的吊灯悬挂在用餐区的顶部,吊灯由150只灯泡汇聚组成,一条条细长的针状触角尖端都有一个光源,向外突出的样子如海胆。考虑到空间和整体的用餐体验,PSLAB还给整个场地设计了一个定制化的定位照明系统。

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项目信息:
设计事务所:Piet Boon
项目地点:比利时,安特卫普,Paradeplein
项目时间:2014年
摄影师:Richard Powers
窗户设计:Studio Job
吊灯设计:PSLAB


*本文由专筑网编辑刘庆新译自www.archdaily.com,转载请注明出处。*

Restaurant “The Jane” Antwerp / Piet Boon

From the architect. Michelin-star chef Sergio Herman and chef Nick Bril created their “fine dining meets rock ’n roll” restaurant vision together with Piet Boon over three years ago in a mythical location in Antwerp; the chapel of a former military hospital. Piet Boon Studio, responsible for the interior design and styling of The Jane, since then collaborated in the chapel’s unique transformation into a high-end, contemporary restaurant with international allure where experience is key.
Based on her belief in authenticity, functionality and materials that ‘age beautifully’ the studio chose to restore only the highly necessary in the chapel and hence preserve the rest. The original ceiling amongst others conveys the pure, understated and respectful environment that serves as the authentic host for the ultimate fine dining experience. The original altar gave way to the kitchen that – just like the atelier- is embraced by glass, like a modern shrine. It allows guests to witness everything the team creates for them.
The shared passion of Herman, Bril and Boon to work with pure, rich materials is expressed in the interior in which qualitatively outstanding natural stone, leather and oak wood are used. Moreover Piet Boon Studio, as with many of her projects, collaborated with a number of leading creative partners to shape the “fine dining meets rock ’n roll” character of the overall experience.
Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel of Studio Job designed the windows consisting of 500 unique panels. Inspired by the chapel’s original function, foam spatulas, sunflowers, devils, skulls, babies, Jezus on the cross, dice, apple cores, wrenches, ice cream cones, a canon, croissants, penguins, trophies, gas masks and birthday cakes portray a contemporary translation of the old stained-glass windows. Archetypes from various worlds each tell masterpiece stories of good and evil, rich and poor, life and death as well as good food and religion.
The ‘piece de résistance’ in the center of the restaurant is a 800 kilograms-weighing gigantic chandelier of 12 by 9 meters with over 150 lights, designed by the Beirut-based design studio .PSLAB. The chandelier was created in such a way that it contributes to the intimate and ambient divinity of the chapel interior. The team, specialised in the design and production of site-specific contemporary lighting, laid out an overall lighting plan for The Jane to accentuate the unique elements of both the building and the interior. It is aimed to create a scenic ambience by seamlessly combining artistry and engineering.


Project Credits:
Architects: Piet Boon
Location: Paradeplein, Antwerp, Belgium
Year: 2014
Photographs: Richard Powers
Windows: Studio Job
Chandelier: PSLAB


*Appreciation towards www.archdaily.com for providing the project description.*

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  • Pinocchio
  • 2014.04.18 11:23
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  • 2014.04.16 11:49
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  • 孙铭浩
  • 2014.04.15 23:22
    学习了非常感谢
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  • 2014.04.15 14:13
    赞 具有张力的美食艺术
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  • 2014.04.15 11:22
    真赞的设计
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  • 2014.04.14 17:39
    太棒的設計,張力十足
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