March 26, 2009

Elenberg Fraser’s concept for Gingerboy draws on traditional Asian materials in a modern setting.

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The Gingerboy dining concept draws on traditional Asian materials featuring a robust bamboo long bar where clientele can sample Asian influenced cocktails and tapas, while viewing the activity and animation of the open kitchen during service.

Central to the dining experience is the installation of a random array of dark bamboo poles with hundreds of point lights inter-woven, creating an atmosphere of airy night markets and open night skys.
A grand, low hung lantern is centred over the casual dining area creating an intimacy akin to the Shanghai tea rooms of the 1950’s.

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