A living wall, made of reindeer moss, is the focal point of this quaint little cafe in the city of Luxembourg. Inspired by the serenity of Japanese gardens, the wall is just one of the unique elements that interior designer Robert Kolenik has applied creatively at Go-Ten. The wall is illuminated to highlight the saturated green hue of its beautiful mossy surface. Not the only reference to the Orient, this wall is part of an overall concept based on the vision of ‘a Japan-oriented cocktail bar with a modern twist’. Emerging elegantly from the accent wall, the main bar reflects light with the brilliance of a sunbeam. Custom-made oak bar chairs, bar and tables are finished in dark, polished wenge. Kolenik opened up the small interior with he use of a folding window system at the front of the cafe, which not only gives the owners versatility in terms of light but also the ability to open the windows wide to accommodate outdoor seating. Since Go-Ten is right across the street from the Grand Ducal Palace, the home of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, everyone concerned considered a good view of the impressive residence from the cafe an absolute must.