interiors · October 20, 2021 0


Wall Art Was Made From The Electrical Conduits And Lighting In This Restaurant

This modern restaurant design uses electrical conduit and keyless lamp fixtures to create attractive wall art that lightly traces the shape of a wave.

Often electrical wiring is hidden within walls, but the interior designers of this restaurant used the conduit to create some simple wall .

Designed by September and Interiors, the newest Tacofino location in Vancouver, Canada, has a casual environment with white walls, beachstone terrazzo tabletops, black chairs, and light green painted slatted cedar that wraps around the banquette and water station.

Electrical conduit was used to create wave-like wall art in this restaurant design.

The subtle yet attractive wall art created with the keyless lamp fixtures and electrical conduit, lightly traces the shape of a wave barrelling over the room, drawing inspiration from the ocean in a subtle nod to the owner’s hometown and the restaurant’s roots in Tofino, a beachside town on the coast of Western Canada.

Electrical conduit and keyless lamp fixtures have been used to create attractive wall art that lightly traces the shape of a wave.
Photography by Vishal Marapon