Sushi Mori by Studio POINT LINE PLANE, Bangkok – Thailand

May 14th, 2017 by retail design blog

Nestled in the heart of the bustling Bangkok metropolis is a sushi lover’s haven. At Sushi Mori, bladesmithing is the core behind the whole mori, or “forest.”

Hidden in the recesses of this urban forest lies a bladesmith’s cabin, where a skilled chef artfully fashions knives, his most treasured tools, to handcraft the highest-quality sushi. Like this secret cabin, the whole restaurant emits a sense of singular craftsmanship. A walk through the space unravels a smith’s great tale, each zone tastefully illustrating the meticulous process in producing the best of knives.

Just as the sun goes down, the spotlight radiates at the cocktail bar, the area encapsulating a metal forging centre that ignites under the moonlight. Inspired by the beautiful simplicity of nature, the restaurant blends contrasting textures such as marble, wood and granite with dynamic lighting and gray scale tones to create a modern, beguiling ambience.

The effect is one that truly reflects the refined Japanese aesthetic sense—minimal, tranquil and well put together—albeit with an urban twist. At Sushi Mori, diners will enjoy the freshest of ingredients and finest of culinary delights upon every bite. Watch the magic happen as you savour the handcrafted artisanship and harmonious flavours of modern Japanese delicacies uniquely presented by some of the most talented and experienced chefs.

Designed by Studio POINT LINE PLANE

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