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Estudio Montevideo completes Tokin Sushi Bar in Córdoba with potteries hanged from the room
Argentina Architecture News - Oct 4, 2019 - 14:11 884 views
Estudio Montevideo has completed a new sushi bar in Córdoba, Argentina. Named Tokin Sushi Bar, the new sushi bar invite visitors to join an experience where a small portion of Tokio is combined, merged with the cocktails and Córdoba city's nightlife.
When guests enter to the place, a great Carrara-marble counter welcomes guests, where sushi and drinks are prepared, with a big bottle rack in the background.
In this space, Carrara bar tables and stools were thought to gather people who enjoy oriental food, but also want to have a drink and share a relaxing and spontaneous time with friends. In the upper part, an intervention with hundreds of unique pieces of pottery overflies the room, a work of art closely tied to the so-popular paper figures in Japan's culture.
The main room is inspired by a Japanese tatami, with modular, wooden walls and ceilings, and a fabric simulating paper walls. It was thought in terms of its experience inside of it, where generally diners sit on the floor, and a similar situation was recreated. Playing with different levels, a standard table's height can be achieved, as well as the user fitting with their legs under the table as a kind of big drawer.
This also makes tables not having a set amount of cutlery; it depends on who are using them and the degree of formality or informality of the meal.
The recreation of the atmosphere is finished with the exclusively-designed ceramic tableware, candles and music, which makes Tokin a place to enjoy a good time any day of the week, relaxing, clean, and friendly.
Project Name: Tokin Sushi Bar
Architectural Office Name: Estudio Montevideo
Architects Authors of the Work: Arq. Gabriela Jagodnik, Arq. Ramiro Veiga, Arq. Marco Ferrari
Location (street, commune, city, country): “Muy Güemes” Gallery. Córdoba, Argentina
Year of Building Completion: 2019
Built-up area: 75 m2
All images © Gonzalo Viramonte
All drawings © Estudio Montevideo
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