Onoya sushi restaurant by Archiplan Studio, Brescia – Italy

February 5th, 2017 by retail design blog

The space is intended for sale and take away foods with the capability to accommodate 20 seats. The project research the issues related to the relationship between the western and eastern culture.

In particular it is developed around a proper device capable of creating a synthesis between a sophisticated view and a picturesque vision of a culture that we have learned to know mainly for images and fragments.

Deisgn: Archiplan Studio

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