Maison Du Mezze Restaurant

MAG studio‘s design for Maison Du Mezze incorporates olive, floriculture, Middle Eastern patterns, and the ocean as its design elements, showcasing a style of Mediterranean in multiple dimensions from brand vision to space decoration.

  • area / size 3,229 sqft
  • Year 2021
  • Location Hong Kong, China,
  • Type Restaurant,
  • To highlight the comfort and freedom of life, the designer leaves the chaotic and luxurious city behind but to create a warm, friendly atmosphere by using olive green as the main tone coupled with wood finishing, deeply attracting people from strange lands.

    The restaurant is divided into three spaces: entrance, dining area and bar. The stunning green glazed bricks, pattern splicing of exposed aggregate concrete on the ground, marble embellishments, rattan-woven tables and chairs, and fallen leaf-shaped artistic lamps made of bronze pieces, all these decorations attract guests to experience and perceive a different “outdoor” restaurant.

    Through 6 months of meticulous efforts, MEZZE strives to do the best at every corner and for every material in order to weaken the concepts of traditional fast food in the guests’ mind. No matter you are a passer-by for a connecting flight who wants to find a taste of hometown, or a native of Hong Kong eager to experience the Mediterranean culture here, you will be treated with utmost care for every single meal, and every bite will leave you with endless aftertaste…

    Design: MAG studio
    Photography: Steven Ko