German-American interior designer Thomas Schoos has designed the fourth restaurant for celebrity chef Masaharu Morimoto. This latest restaurant is named Skewers by the technique of cooking that is adopted in it and located in Los Angeles International Airport.
Schoos has said that Skewers is going to be the new trend for restaurants in Airports and places of public transport. He aims to provide regular restaurant-look to eateries in airports to eliminate the monotony of ‘all plastic and ceramics’.
Being a regular traveller, he understands the challenges that travellers have to face. So, his designs are intended to provide relaxation and homely feel to travellers.
Schoos has used fresh colours of Wasabi green along with incorporation of natural textures of reclaimed wood and rough rebar. The floor has tiles with hardwood design, which allow convenient cleaning and heavy use as well as offer natural feel.
Easily accessible front area and special secluded area are the different parts of Skewers respectively for passengers who are in hurry and for those who need to wait. Besides, Morimoto’s recipes contain deep fried or grilled vegetables, seafood and meat, which is quite unlike airports. Conclusively, Skewers provides diversion to passengers’ mind away from the airport-feel.