Koyo Pan Asia Restaurant, nestled in the heart of Yerevan, Armenia, embodies simplicity redefined through the visionary interior design of the Sundukovy Sisters. Bold yet understated, the restaurant’s striking ambiance captures the essence of Asian aesthetics fused with modern minimalism.
The first-floor setting of Koyo Pan Asia Restaurant is an artful fusion of natural tuff stone, gray leather, and wooden accents. This harmonious blend of materials creates an atmosphere of understated elegance, inviting guests to indulge in a culinary journey through Asia.
The design concept embraces simplicity, asymmetry, and the beauty of natural elements. High ceilings and purposeful lighting create a dynamic environment that transitions seamlessly from an open and inviting atmosphere during the day to a captivating, shadow-filled spectacle by night.
Every detail within Koyo Pan Asia Restaurant is thoughtfully curated for maximum impact. Glass block partitions subtly delineate space without compromising natural light, while custom countertops with textured finishes bring sophistication to the open kitchen. Geometric lines, warm lighting, and well-placed shadows contribute to an intimate and visually stunning ambiance.
Sundukovy Sisters’ design expertise extends beyond Koyo Pan Asia Restaurant to La Piazza Italian Restaurant on the second floor, offering a dynamic contrast in style. At Koyo, simplicity is not just a design choice—it’s a philosophy of simplicity, asymmetry, and the beauty of natural elements, which creates a powerful impact that resonates with diners.
Design by Irina and Olga Sundukovy
Art director Lyuda Belskih
Lead designer Ani Abramyan
Lead designer Anastasia Bolshakova
Designer Ivan Mirolubow
Technical designer Anastasia Prokopets
Visualization by Vasiliy Zaykin, Sergey Peykarov, Maxim Riabtsev, Vladimir Dimchoglo
Procurement manager Svetlana Bats
Drafters Marina Sorokina, Ruslan Dorofeev, George Kosinov
Project manager Stephany Grigoryan