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Pizza 4P’s Saigon Centre

Reservation Line

Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00 (Last Order 21:30)


01-02 Level 6 , Saigon Centre, 65 Le Loi Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City


Kazufumi Suzuki
Kazufumi Suzuki

Kazufumi Suzuki was born in 1979, and after working for an interior design firm and a construction firm, he believed that "designing" and "manufacturing with hands" were the same thing, therefore he went independent in 2010. He develops and constructs primarily commercial domains such as restaurants, untangling "communication with people (clients), places and materials," "inspiration from nature," and "unique culture of people and places (country)." He is fascinated by the distinctive Japanese culture of the retail street known as "SHOTENGAI," and has run a restaurant on the shopping street in Shoin Jinja, Setagaya Ward, since 2010, bringing life to the Shoin Jinja shopping street and gaining media attention. He was mostly involved in projects throughout Japan, including "ONIBUS COFFEE Nakameguro" and "ABOUT LIFE COFFEE BREWERS Dogenzaka" in Tokyo, "TANIGAKI" in Hyogo Prefecture, and "Butter no Itoko" in Tochigi Prefecture. He is currently working behind the scenes in interior design and construction in cities around Japan, even across national borders.


The design theme took inspiration from Karesansui, known as Japanese landscape garden or waterless stream garden. This spiritual design is well-known for its unique expression of nature. Karesansui expresses the flexibility of water by intentionally arranging rigid materials, such as rocks, stones, etc. For instance, the image of the moment when a droplet touches the water surface is presented by placing a big stone in the center and little gravels around it in concentric circles. We created a round shape for the pizza counter to express the organic nature – the counter is set as if a big stone is intentionally arranged.

Meanwhile, we connect this traditional design with a modern twist. Terrazzo, a technique that holds human wisdom within, is applied to the floor and the counter. This arrangement and application create an inorganic feeling as if there was a touch of human hand. In contrast, the building’s concrete pillars are kept bare, to create an organic feeling.