The Tsukiage-An Restaurant Stays True to its Japanese Culture

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Sep 5, 2012 • References: & frameweb
The Tsukiage-An Restaurant by Doyle Collection Co. features a line-infused design concept that stays true to its Japanese roots. Specializing in seafood, this elegant eatery features a slew of continuous linear wood panels that are displayed in gridded, horizontal and vertical applications.

The tunnel-inspired interior draws the eye in, creating visual perspective and aiding in way-finding for its visitors. From its layered wood patterns to its sleek fixtures and finishes, this Japanese restaurant marries modern design concepts with cultural traditions.

The Tsukiage-An Restaurant by Doyle Collection Co. features a repetition of key elements used to enhance the compact space. In addition to its structural details and modern finishes, warm lighting makes this eatery a cozy and comfortable place to dine in. Stats for Linear Element Eateries Trending: Older & Chilly
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