The Sushi-teria Restaurant Features a Raw and Sustainable Design

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jun 22, 2012 • References: sushi-teria & frameweb
The Sushi-teria Restaurant features a dynamic concept created by design firm Form-ula. The raw food eatery is constructed with the use of raw materials that give its interior texture and visual interest.

The 92-sq-m space is made up of two separate areas: the restaurant's kitchen and storefront. Fitting 14 employees, this minimalist and modern work area features a three-dimensional geometric wall that serves as the space's main focal point. The protruding partition is juxtaposed against reclaimed wood surfaces, monochromatic art work and simplistic signage.

The Sushi-teria restaurant's interior design features a mix of heavy and reflective surfaces. From its raw materials to its quirky accent details, this space takes inspiration from the intricate weaving that is seen on a fishermen's net. Stats for Stripped Sushi Bars Trending: Older & Mild
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