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2022 WIN Awards entry: T0 Sumibi Yakiniku, Shibuyanaka Sushi - NONG STUDIO

T0 Sumibi Yakiniku, Shibuyanaka Sushi by NONG STUDIO is an entry in the Restaurants and caf├ęs category of the 2022 WIN Awards

by Copy taken from 2022 entry 16 March 2022 2022

The overall design for T0 Japanese cuisine brand is inspired by Chinese five elements. Two elements, water and fire, is adopted in OMAKASE sushi and charcoal fire roasts.

In order to combine the attributes of Japanese cuisine with modern oriental touches inside Shanghai, oriental aura rather than its form is the priority.

How to plan the layout rationally with two different cuisine brands sharing one entrance and space, yet separately function, and also to create a sense of spaces within a space, layers of space, collision of materials different in texture, lighting in different ways, circulations in different orientation, and scenery is changing between open and enclosed spaces in a small interior.

Wood structure and different floor heights build up and divide interior space. Special materials and local resources were considered the priority of the interior decoration, with the lighting deliberately designed to make dialogue with its heaviness in a modern interpretation, besides, sustainability is another imperative factor we were deeply concerned about. We also collaborated with local artisans for traditional craftsmanship.

All the information about how to enter the 2022 WIN Awards is here.  

We are very happy to offer support so please don’t hesitate to email Sam McIntyre, Event Manager with any questions at sam.mcintyre@haymarket.com.  

Last year more than 40 countries took part in the WIN Awards with strong showings from Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific. And we saw some truly outstanding interior designs, take a look at the winners from last year here.

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