By combining Chinese and Western cultures, the Zhanjiang Race Steak House creates something of its own

For the Zhanjiang Race Steak House, the concepts of openness and closeness are contradictory, yet intriguing. The restaurant explores these concepts, using simple lines and glass to denote space divisions, yet offer privacy.

Contrasting materials such as whitewashed walls, leather, and oak create spaces that are rich in texture. Attention to details are reflected in the Zhanjiang Race Steak House’s furnishing where leather, steel, and wood integrate with each other to create a historical ambience.


Architects: C.DD
Designers: He Xiao Ping, Li Xing Lin
Location: Zhanjiang, Guangdong, China
Photo credit: Ouyang Yun