Tokyo Ramen by Mima Design, Sydney – Australia

October 10th, 2014 by retail design blog

Tokyo Ramen is a perfect inclusion in the Asian food link mall within the newly expanded Macquarie Centre, which is now the second largest shopping centre in Sydney. The brief was to create a sense of theatre, immersing the customers in the hustle and bustle of a Japanese street scene. Neon signage, corrugated metal, timber shingles, exposed brickwork, and graffiti create the edgy interior.

For authenticity, Japanese newspapers were utilised as a backdrop to the noodle bar and traditional red lanterns were also sourced from Japan, to highlight the entrance. This is the fourth incarnation for Tokyo Ramen in Sydney.

Photography Thomas Dalhoff
Design by Mima Design

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