“With passions stilled and one's nature firm, all destinies are in harmony; When the full moon of contemplation is reached you will be pure.”― Wu Cheng'en, Journey to the West
Zen is about simply "being". It is not so much a branch of philosophy, but a way of existing and accepting the presence of your consciousness. It is about simplifying everything; the chaotic, entropic world of biological clutter and the inevitable tendency of randomness. Its often equated with minimalism, and I believe that this is for a valid reason. If we eliminate all unnecessary sensation from our lives, we can exist without any chemical addictions and then appreciate our naked essence. Zen is not really modern though. It’s been around for a very long time and is rooted in traditional Japanese culture.
This restaurant which mainly focus about the purity, order and the minimalistic approach towards the design. The central horizontal partition which speaks about the different action of Buddha and the vertical plain roof which represents the green Bodhi tree branches….
The entire spaces are filled with white and brown colors which has a real purity in its character and the front facades are treated with plain glass which gives captures the zen feel to the road users.
This spaces are Available in their design process via alterations between socialization and meditation. This is a mapping of the secret places–the wishes–one senses in the architectural process as it unfolds. They perceive, and in their perceiving, stabilize. The aim is in conservation, not in the sense of preserving buildings, rather of preserving a history, specifically a history of experiencing.