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WAKUWAKU, HAMBURG, GERMANY - Ippolito Fleitz Group

WAKUWAKU, HAMBURG, GERMANY - Ippolito Fleitz Group

WAKUWAKU, HAMBURG, GERMANY - Ippolito Fleitz

design WAKUWAKU, HAMBURG, GERMANY The brand experience aT WakuWaku, a unique Japanese fasT food resTauranT in hamburg, goes far beyond The menu. The resTauranT feaTures an unusual design, good ideas and maximum susTainabiliTy, including reliance on fsc-cerTified Wood, a loT of recycled maTerial and high durabiliTy. read on To find ouT hoW innovaTion alloWed The resTauranT To seamlessly blend susTainabiliTy WiTh design differenTiaTion. PEOPLE & RESOURCES Year of opening | November 2008 Size | 135 square metres (including kitchen) DESIGN FIRM | Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH, Stuttgart DESIGN TEAM | Peter Ippolito, Gunter Fleitz, Alexander Fehre, Sherief Sabet, Silke Schreier, Ting Xiu ARTWORK | Monica Trenkler LIGHTING DESIGN | Pfarré Lighting Design, München PHOTOGRAPHER / IMAGE COPYRIGHT: Zooey Braun The opening of the first branch of the restaurant chain WakuWaku in Hamburg gives the starting signal for the company’s self-proclaimed revolution of the fast food sector. WakuWaku’s philosophy revolves around a consistently implemented concept of sustainability and good value, healthy food, which is prepared extremely quickly. The key theme of sustainability is realised in an undogmatic, creative and unconventional way. It is already inherent in the name: ‘Waku’ is Japanese and means stir-fried, cooking hot, and at the same time exciting and tantalising. WakuWaku’s culinary approach pursues a front-cooking concept, which allows you to watch the cooks at work. All dishes are wok-based and prepared using only organic ingredients. Wok cooking makes it possible to prepare individual dishes very fast (in under five minutes); it retains the nutrients and aroma of the ingredients, and uses only a small amount of oil. The menu is also unconventional, offering classic Asian dishes alongside German culinary classics such as Currywurst and Tafelspitz. The sustainability concept pervades the entire technical restaurant equipment – from energy-efficient kitchen technology, to the team uniform made from Fairtrade-certified materials, to economical hand dryers in the toilets. The studio’s task was to translate the principle of sustainability into an overriding architectural concept. The restaurant is located in Hamburg’s city centre, in immediate proximity of the city’s town hall. The long, narrow space stretches back almost 17 metres into the building. In the rear half of the space, a glass 96 . images retail . may 2009 may 2009 . images retail . 97

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