One French restaurant in Hong Kong is offering a unique art viewing experience along with their meal. Bibo boasts floor to ceiling artwork by street artists like Banksy, JR, Damien Hirst, Daniel Arsham, Invader, and others.
Much thought went into creating a perfect space for the artwork, including the invention of a fictional history for the building. The decor is meant to suggest an old French train station. Maxime Dautresme, a creative director on the project, says, “We wanted to connect the decade, street art and gastronomy. Street artists often begin their careers spray-painting trains and trams. They also like to occupy disused heritage buildings and construction sites. They express themselves by layering their art on surfaces with a history.” [h/t mymodernmet.com]