The design for Taka Sushi reinterprets the traditional structure of Japanese roofs by emphasising the design and organisation of custom modular timber crates to create an inviting and powerful shopfront.
„As fans of Japanese healthy lifestyle we would like to offer You a new original approach to sushi.” – Tokyo Tey Architects of mode:lina designed the very first sushi store located in the main shopping area of Poznań (PL).
Next door is the bakery and sushi store | awesometaylor | Flickr
Japanese conveyor belt that distributes sushi plates in different colors that represent the cost of each. Japanese culture, geometry and forms will be my inspiration. The mechanism of the conveyor belt is simple, here are some sketches and images.