The modern bar and restaurant Holy Fox in the center of Moscow
Bar and restaurant Holy Fox, designed by architect Mikhail Kozlov, located in the historic district of China Town in downtown Moscow. The space area of 170 square meters developed, inspired by Eastern culture and cuisine traditions. The name of the place comes from the image of the hero of Asian myths – foxes, which sometimes turns into a woman. Cocktails on the menu are named after famous legends of foxes, and the interior is complemented by bright patterns with the image of red-haired beast .Holy Fox room can be divided into three zones – a bar at the entrance, space for relaxing with a long sofa in the center of the room, and then – open kitchen, where guests can interact with the chef and watch the cooking. The interior combines the features of minimalist Scandinavian design and bright accents in the Asian style decor. The same approach to the menu of the restaurant: simple dishes complemented sauces and spices of Asian cuisine. The decoration of the premises used cheap construction materials: plywood, metal, plaster. Graphical representation of the Japanese chef was printed on the steel and the decorative panels depict foxes linen specifically for interior Holy Fox.