Sushi Hub restaurant by rptecture architects, Sydney

December 6th, 2013 by retail design blog

Traditional Japanese architecture meets a modern twist in Sushi Hub’s flagship store. The undulating waves and rigid patterns of the space encapsulate the harmonious balance that is synonymous with old Japan. The result is a design rich in culture that is palatable for the emerging multicultural phase of Australia.

The notion of generating depth and movement through the use of static objects is explored to develop a store vivid in motion and complexities. Through repetition, a unique rhythm is created. It serves as the design language applied throughout all aspects of the store. Heavily utilized materials have been selected for their visual and tactile properties that enhance the identity of Japan. Unique marbling of the timber and the texture of the stone recreate the serene landscape.

The layout and features of the store have been formulated to respond to the site constraints. An efficient operation at the back of house is paramount to cater for the fast turnover of items. To lengthen and elongate the site, linear dowels assist in drawing the eye into the space. A culmination of innovative design techniques and a simple material palette symbolize the cultural difference that Sushi Hub offers to their customers.

Designed by rptecture architects

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