Behind a traditional facade, the client is transported to the traditional sushi bar. With passion in the details, this small project of 65sqm, was designed to maximize the areas without compromising comfort or function.The glazed transparent entrance, together with the big glass window, provides the necessary natural lighting to the space as the flexibility to open the glass window for the summer days, thus opening the space to the exterior.Inside the comfort to the space is brought by lowering the ceiling height, with the use of suspended betula wood beams across the restaurant, suspend lighting appear between each wood beam to provide the exact illumination to each table. On the sides, bellow the small white stones, hidden floor lighting brings warm and depth to the space, showing attention to the controlled lighting. The sushi-bar designed in betula wood represents an essential element to the project, referencing traditional sushi bar, where you can sit directly in front of the sushi-man. The always present materials, the betula wood, the small white stones and the clear gray concrete, blend perfectly the warm traditional spirit with the contemporary cleanness of the space. Behind the traditional shoji-screen, you can access the bathrooms where in front of bamboo elements you find a specifically design washbasin in betula wood and LG Hi-Macs, in the back wall of the bathroom, you can discover the sushi pearl monogram carved in wood.All the furniture’s, sushi-bar, doors, chairs, tables, washbasin where specifically designed and detailed for Sushi Pearl. Blending the architecture with the design and branding of the project, done in partnership with Triplesky, was essential from the first day.Sushi Pearl is presented as the pearl of sushi, where in a distinctive designed space, you can try from trendy fusion-sushi to traditional sushi flavors.