Ho Lee Chix. Red flowers and crane-shaped neon for a street food stall
Ho Lee Chix. Red flowers and crane-shaped neon for a street food stall

Located in the new eclectic food fair The Central every trade stands out with its limited size facade. To make Ho Lee Chix stand out and is located in the heart of the fair and faces the central dining hall, Ivy Studio opts for an eye-catching design

"Fried chickens and chinoiserie" is the theme that dictated Ivy Studio's concept which is A towering marquise dressed in hundreds of red flowers, like Chinese plum blossoms, towers over the entire booth. Ho Lee Chix signs and flashing neon cranes catch the attention of pedestrians coming from all directions and reinforce the stimulating atmosphere of street markets in the evening

Ho Lee Chix. Red flowers and crane-shaped neon for a street food stall

As you approach, you can better see the reflective counter display case covered in iridescent vinyl that blends pale turquoise with navy blue. On the right side of the booth, a brass dining counter with five swivel stools await customers who prefer to eat on the spot

Ho Lee Chix. Red flowers and crane-shaped neon for a street food stall

On the wall of blue wainscoting and ceramics is the kitchen hood, dressed in a handmade coating that gives the illusion of an aged golden mass. Lighting is done by a series of wooden cages. Each one contains small birds that add even more life to this already bustling compact space

Ho Lee Chix. Red flowers and crane-shaped neon for a street food stall

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