TOKIO Sushi Bar and Restaurant by Studio Arkitekter, Budapest – Hungary

August 12th, 2017 by retail design blog


Tokio Budapest Bar and Sushi Restaurant: The best sushi in Budapest in an extraordinary interior by Studio Arkitekter.

What pops into your mind when you think about Tokyo and Japan? Ancient traditions and flickering neon lights. A monk rings a bell and a busy business man running with a suitcase in his hand. Working on these concepts and focusing on specific contrasts, the design process evolved into three different topics, representing the Tokyo’s scenarios variety and Japanese tradition, too.


The business: elegant, sophisticated with delicate materials such as copper, walnut, leather, used as architectural elements.
The alley: shaded, secrets and narrow places caracterized also by graffiti, neons and metal surfaces.


The fashion: like in a fashion street, bent neon lights, geometrical wall decorations and a robotic panel as a pillar, take place in the restaurant.


Interior designer: Viktor Csap
Designer assistant: András Mészáros
Graphic designer: Eszter Laki
Graffiti artist: Nikon One
Photographer: Balazs Glodi


https://www.behance.net/gallery/12065485/Studio-Arkitekter-TOKIO-Sushi-Bar-and-Restaurant


























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