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Sushi Hub QVB // Rptecture Architects

Sydney, Australia

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A unique twist to Japanese architecture is brought to life with Sushi Hub’s brand new store in the Queen Victoria building. With an artistic take on the ravenous waves of Japan’s seas and its mountainous topography, the design creates a notion of dynamism through a timber dowel feature wall. Sushi Hub’s “fish scale” logo has been routed into black aluminum panels, with timber used as a means of highlighting the logo-derived pattern.

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This pattern has been diffused along the curve of the store, responding to the existing art Grand Victorian tiles. This gesture strengthens the relationship between the shop and its historic context by creating a dialogue between the old and new. .

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