Morokok Restaurant

Studio Ryte designed the eye catching Morokok Restaurant with a bright feel using muted colors, for Hong Kong guests wanting a Moroccan feel.

  • area / size 6,000 sqft
  • Year 2018
  • Location Hong Kong, China,
  • Type Restaurant,
  • A vibrant bar and fusion restaurant in the heart of Hong Kong, Morokok puts together contemporary interpretations of Moroccan architecture and Mediterranean motifs, offering a surreal get away in the city. The interior design highlights traditional Moorish elements including arches, distinctive colors, plants of various sizes and patterned flooring tiles.

    Upon arrival, one would be welcomed by palettes of white and green with a hint of brass. The play of light and shadow on the white abstracted arcade stretches the journey for stepping into the wonderland. The central dining area is defined by wood furniture, beech trimming, rattan surfaces, and a vaulted arch ceiling, further lightened up by pouring daylight. On the side, a series of curved wooden benches forms an intimate seating areas, upholstered in vanilla off-white cushions that tie in with the teak wood tables and rattan dining chairs. Colors of terracotta pink, tropical green and mayonnaise white forms a harmonic play in the interior area. The al-fresco patio is decked with Moroccan details, adorned with comfortable outdoor furniture and is perfect for whiling away a balmy fall evening.

    Design: Studio Ryte
    Photography: courtesy of Studio Ryte