Sushi Ono restaurant by Archiplan Studio, Brescia – Italy

October 17th, 2013 by retail design blog

The project inquires into the issues related to the images, and how they are able to express the matter. The images of the leaf of the tea, the smoke of incense and lotus flower, are decontextualized, scaled and abstracted become structural elements of the scenery. The project focus the possibility represented by the value of the iconographic system to express its own feature and a rightness to a cultural system that is meant to be represent.

Designed by Archiplan Studio
Photo by Martina Mambrin
















http://www.archiplanstudio.com

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