Small Space Dining

by ercol on February 17, 2014

Koya-Japanese-Bar-Soho-London-Remodelista-05Japanese noodle bar, Koya,  just off of Old Compton Street in London’s Soho is filled with ercol stacking chairs. The perfect seating solution for those short of space.

The restaurant is split into two: the original location—already quite compact—and an adjacent even smaller spot called Koya Bar. When the first section of the restaurant opened in 2010, designer Michael Marriot dreamed up a series of furniture and wall menus in a palette of steel, light wood, and black chalkboards.

Koya, meaning “small house” in Japanese.

Koya-Japanese-Bar-Soho-London-Remodelista-03Right: The walls with menus that alternate between oak and blackboard surfaces. The tables are surrounded by ercol stacking chairs.

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Along the lower edge of the menu rails, stainless steel hooks are for hanging coats and bags in the small restaurant.

 

 

 

Why not visit our Pinterest board for more ercol themed ‘spaces and places’.

Images from Remodelista

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