This Melbourne restaurant features a gorgeous interior design marked by a dizzying wooden grid-inspired sculpture that matches the tightly tiled white walls. Called Tetsujin, the establishment is a sushi train and Japanese BBQ restaurant that has a lively mix of simple and busy design elements that bring the space to life.
Designed in a collaboration between Principle Design and Architects EAT, Tetsujin has a strong visual language championed by comic book-inspired graphics that depict images of machinery, such as vending machines, robots, cameras and trains. Additionally, the graphics seem to work to deconstruct the mechanical designs, while the brightly lit front of the restaurant provides a clean contrast to this. If you are in the area, this Melbourne restaurant is a must-see.
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- By: Rebecca ByersFeb 29, 2016