Nest of Goose

  • Prize
    Honorable Mention in Interior Design / Hospitality: Bar and Restaurant
  • Company/Firm
    None Space
  • Lead Designer
    jungbae shin
  • Interior Designer
    None Space
  • Location
    28-4, Donhwamun-ro 11-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
  • Project Date
    February, 2020

“An old but valuable space”
In order to create a space for everyone to rest and relax while maintaining the old and raw appearance, they created a story for the brand, a ‘small mountain cabin in the woods.'
Let’s concentrate on the word ‘vintage’ for a moment.
‘Vintage’ originally meant a label for high-quality wines.
As the expression expanded into the field of art, it began to mean ‘old but valuable.’ We took this expression to say ‘an old but valuable space.’
The overall color is calm and cozy, embodying the weight of time with a old tree-like design. Props with the touch of time were used to express familiarity of old things.
With stacks of old logs and reeds, the entrance makes the cabin look like the one from the fairy tales that we read as a child.
The logs are beautifully imbued with the colors and shapes of the years, and the whole skins are casually hung over large nails, seared with iron.
There is a transitional space connecting the entrance and the interior of the wine bar.
During the day, sunlight shines through the branches on the ceiling, creating random shadows, and at night only little lights can be seen, just like inside a real nest.