A designed space where mediterranean minimalism mixes with Japanese food-culture.
A warm-colored room that contains natural elements, such as the billiemi stone of the counter and the ash paneling in the mocha hue, and cool elements such as the satin-finished steel of the back counters, which give the room a balanced color harmony.
Indirect ceiling lighting and textured walls create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in a contemporary space with a clear reference to Asian architectural culture.
The lighting was designed with a system of matte black iron tubing and leds that develop direct and indirect light and create a perfectly geometric pattern within the space.
The materials used are solid ash with a mocha finish for the wall paneling; satin-finished steel for the furniture and fixtures-interior and exterior-gray stoneware for the floors; cream-colored resin for the walls and ceilings; and bush-hammered billiemi marble for the bar and sushi counters.
The satin-finished steel panes perfectly echo the geometric features of Japanese walls, full on the walls and empty on the back bar.