TAIT worked closely with Mr. Chow and his team to create a unique focal piece for the restaurant and its customers while remaining authentic to Mr. Choe’s brand. The result surpassed expectations, and at the soft-opening in December, restaurant goers applauded throughout the night as the kinetic sculpture migrated into different configurations.
“TAIT’s reputation for their dynamic work in the entertainment space and their ability to be, what I would consider a ‘one stop shop,’ was an ideal partnership for me. I knew that I wanted a moving focal point for my restaurant. I designed the kinetic moon, and they were able to take my concept and produce it from beginning to end, including the technological component,” says Mr. Chow.
Similarly, TAIT Senior Director of Business Development, Gemma Guy, who worked closely with Mr. Chow and his team, reciprocated these sentiments and added “TAIT thrives on designing, creating and fabricating original pieces, and our proprietary technology, provides us with more flexibility and freedom to manipulate and control what we create. With Mr. Chow, he came to us with the design and we were able to have our team at TAIT determine materials, weight, space, and how it would work best by building a prototype in our shop and applying TAIT Navigator to assess the proper revolutions and speed.”