French restaurant Bibo, located on Hollywood Road in Hong Kong, is designed to be much more than just a gastronomic experience. The result of a collaboration between design agency Substance and a mysterious project coordinator known only as Bibo, the restaurant is decorated from floor to ceiling with works by renowned street artists like Banksy, JR, Damien Hirst, Daniel Arsham, Invader, and others. The eccentric space offers diners a new way to experience art, while giving creatives a chance to showcase their work like never before.It is a concept that redefines understated luxury. The ongoing and ever changing project is an international first that sees a collaboration of the world’s most renowned contemporary and street artists together in one space.the structure’s fittings include brass pipes that are reminiscent of subway ventilation systems, while complex light fixtures appear as train signal lights. referencing abandoned construction sites, the bar is crafted from layers of unevenly stacked marble, with individual dining tables created from misaligned stone slabs.
photo by nathaniel mcmahon