A sushi restaurant for Moshi Moshi, The City, London
Shortlisted for the AJ Small Projects Award.
The restaurant is arranged around a double height wall, clad in enamel panels, that projects through the shop front to form the sign. The first floor houses a sushi belt, the ground floor a takeaway counter and seating.
The enamel is articulated to form recesses for the refrigerated counter, till and access to the stair beyond housed within a mirrored well.
A pattern based on Japanese cherry blossom is used to decorate the panels on the first floor, the same material is used for bespoke tables and light fittings.
Photographs by Daniel Sanderson