The National Centre for the Performing Arts commissioned the Golucci design team to design the NCPA western cuisine. As the most artistic palace in China, the National Centre for the Performing Arts performs different kinds of performances. The creative concept of Golucci design team comes from the ribbon refined from dance art as a new visual element for space.
The lighting of the dining room adopts the form of a tree, which symbolizes vitality. Tree lights are interspersed in the dining room disorderly, which not just solves the problem of lighting without ceiling, but also injects new meaning into the space. With the ribbon facade modeling, the spatial atmosphere of an art jungle is created. The central revolving staircase separates the north and south areas of the restaurant. It would be too wasteful to use it as a passageway. Therefore, on the basis of retaining the original handrail stone of the revolving staircase, the design team attached a functional bar with red artificial stone to the handrail stone of the staircase. The form of the bar ribbon also echoed the overall concept of space. The shell room in the center of the space is also a large installation art. Several shell screens which refer to the shape of the grand theater are enclosed to form a private dining space. The outer surface is made of hand-hammered Copper, and the inner part is made of silk flannelette, which acts as an attraction, so that the package room in the form of semi open flower bud can still have good privacy. The huge contrast of materials inside and outside the compartment can also stimulate people's association that the hard shell contains soft life.