27 Apr '15, 5am

Kengo Kuma’s striking renovation of a Tokyo eatery is made from thousands of re-used multicolored cables: ...

, has recently renovated a tiny restaurant called Tetchan. The eatery, famous for their yakitori, is located in a Western Tokyo suburb and is now one of the most popular spots in the area. But this isn't just because the quality of the food is so great, the place also looks amazing inside thanks to the thousands of multicolored LAN cables and acrylic byproducts recycled inside.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/kengo-kumas-striking-renovation-of-a...

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