Tirpse Restaurant

Minus Workshop intentionally included five key elements within the Tirpse Restaurant to reflect the chef: Forest & surrounding, chef’s wolf buddy, chef’s private hut, story with foods, and treasure chest.

  • area / size 3,200 sqft
  • Year 2020
  • Location Hong Kong, China,
  • Type Restaurant,
  • Tirpse is a branded restaurant imported from Tokyo. It was chosen to become the best 50 restaurants from the Diners Club International and achieved Michelin One Star in just two months’ time. It became imported to Hong Kong and located at the K11 Musea.

    On the basis of the Tirpse in Tokyo, we studied their menu and brand history thoroughly at the early beginning. When the cuisine itself already a superstate. We came up with a mission that just to proffer an enhancement lingo for this brand, like a bedtime story where people wouldn’t be bored of. This is the impetus behind our research stage and reason to brought out a story.

    With the anatomical research of the brand history and menu, our studio created a story that would connect guests into the fantasy of the chef’s creation. It was composed in the concept of an exploration visit to the chef’s private dining hut.

    Design: Minus Workshop
    Photography: Edmon Leong