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Taking an unconventional design approach for a mid-market 30-seater Japanese restaurant and bar located in the Kampong Glam district in Singapore, Sushi Airways design was inspired by the legendary 1930s Douglas DC-3, an American fixed wing propeller-driven chrome plated aircraft.

As Singapore’s first conceptual dining experience “in the sky”, the concept drew positive international and local media coverage. Painstakingly procured actual aircraft galley meal carts, standard storage units, overhead compartments and characteristic aircraft lighting add a special touch to the design. Sushi Airways was designed, conceptualised and owned by Tokyo-based Creative, Warren Wee.

Designed and Co-owned by Warren Wee

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