Although recently sushi rolls have been associated with delivery and fast food practices, for the Russian Restaurant Chain Tanuki they still are primarily a Japanese specialty. To accentuate this approach, the restaurant chain has started its redesign. Family format of the restaurants will be preserved, but the updated interiors will attract not only those who choose to dine with family or in a company of friends. It is also the couples who will want to stop by and try delicious foods from the non-delivery Asian cuisine range and have some wine in the updated Tanuki. The new restaurants will have more open spaces and art objects in wabi-sabi aesthetic, which is distinguished by simple shapes and the imperfection of natural materials.
Authors: ARCHPOINT Bureau – Valery Lizunov, Ekaterina Ageeva, Yuri Kolesnikov
Photo: Olga Melekestseva
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