Tincan is a pop up restaurant project by the architects AL_A serving only the finest tinned seafood from around the world. There’s no kitchen, just a super healthy menu of 30 exceptional delicacies and the extraordinary graphics of the humble tin taking centre-stage.
Tincan was inspired by a trip to Lisbon where the AL_A team discovered a restaurant in a former fishing tackle shop that specialised in tinned fish. What started as lunch quickly became an idea and then a new project.
Everything in the space has been designed by AL_A; from the walls in black Corian (which display the tins), to the tables and chairs made by Iduna, Portugal, and the lights which show off the wafer-thin OLED light source technology.