NĂM is a gastronomic theater of the Vietnamese cuisine in the center of Kiev.
Climbing plants, rattan, fishing motifs are woven into amazing luxury.
The light here is a special component of creating the atmosphere.
Traditionally, we have created three modes of restaurant operation: day, evening and night.
In each of them, there are different color scales, brightness, and light intensity.
Daytime mode implies neutral colors in the light, in the evening they get warmer, and at night they become red.
Modes are changing both in the interior and on the facade of the restaurant.
A lot of attention is paid to serving dishes in Vietnamese traditions. Above the tables, there is accent lighting with narrow-beam light sources. This way, in the center of the tables, a light spot is formed three times brighter than the light of the surrounding background.
Lamps were originally designed in the form of Vietnamese fishing cells. They are bi-directional: white light shines down, warmer one shines upwards and turns red by evening, creating a deep sensual atmosphere.
Due to the moving light sources, the shadows of the rattan nets constantly move smoothly on the ceiling.
The dominants of the interior are picturesque panels illuminated by RGB and white spots, light spots from which are in constant motion and changing colors.
Due to this, the paintings come to life, the depth and dynamics are performed in them. Combinations of colors are coordinated with the three main modes of the restaurant's lighting: day, evening and night, and vary in the appropriate range.