How to create a restaurant that feels “just like returning to grandpa’s house?” The owner of this new establishment in Taichung City, Taiwan, began by acquiring a Japanese-style, two-story bungalow—formerly a longstanding residence—and dubbing it Home Home. He commissioned Taichung design studio Big Sense to infuse the house with a combination of familiarity and freshness: this is a grandfather with style. Let’s take a look.
Photography by Hey! Cheese.
The café is located at 63 Da He Rd., West District, Taichung City, Taiwan; for more go to Home Home.
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