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“Engaging the Yin-Yang Concept to Produce Comfort and Spatial Experience: An Interior Design for a Chinese Restaurant in Indonesia”

Tim Percepatan Publikasi FBS
2 bulan yang lalu

Nadia Sigi Prameswari, S.Sn., M.Sn. (co-author)

Research Areas: Arts and Humanities, Visual Arts, Design

Key Findings/Conclusion:

Based on the analysis, five aspects have an impact on the comfort and spatial experience of the visitors at the restaurant. These five aspects are dissolution with the application of the yin-yang concept in a Chinese restaurant. First, the application of the atmosphere in the restaurant is obtained by the concept of Yin-Yang which is a combination of traditional Chinese and contemporary styling to create balance. This styling is the basis of characteristics and inspiration that will be applied to the interior elements of the restaurant.

Furthermore, the application of linear circulation affects the organization of space that combined with Yin-Yang concept that is passive and active in the application of furniture rotation. With this aspect, visitors have “directions” on the interior of the restaurant. The form of furniture has an impact on comfort, the form of organic and rigid furniture that is collaborated according to Yin-Yang is the solution for this problem. The interior of the restaurant must be able to synergize with nature, as well as the sun that can be integrated with the restaurant with the presence of windows and the placement of facilities that are connected to nature.

Lastly, the application of light and dark colors that depend on the surrounding colors to provide a space experience to visitors with the presence of color contrast on the interior of the restaurant by the style used (in this case i.e., oriental Chinese and contemporary). These five aspects collaborate to form the comfort and spatial experience of the visitors.

Link to Download:

https://isvshome.com/pdf/ISVS_8-2/ISVS-ej-8.2.5-Djoko-Yin-Yan-FP.pdf

How to Cite:

Murdowo, D., Prameswari, N. S., & Meirissa, A. S. (2021). Engaging the Yin-Yang Concept to Produce Comfort and Spatial Experience: An Interior Design for a Chinese Restaurant in Indonesia. ISVS E-Journal, 8(2), 60-71.