Yojisan Sushi (Los Angeles, USA):
Dan Brunn Architecture

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Yojisan Sushi, by Architect Dan Brunn is a new sushi restaurant in Beverly Hills. The statement interiors are clean and modern, inspired by traditional Japanese materials, culture and lifestyle.

The monochromatic interior makes way unexpectedly for the statement red ceiling boxes that overhand the dining area. The red light creates a warm glow over the space. The existing sandblasted wall is covered with a sheer curtain to soften the space.

Yojisan Sushi, 2012 (Los Angeles, Usa) : Dan Brunn Architects (5)
Yojisan Sushi, 2012 (Los Angeles, Usa) : Dan Brunn Architects (6)

The dark furniture and slate grey flooring from Ardex anchor the contrasting bright colours above. The tables are custom made from blackened steel, and the chairs are all Essee from Crasevig.

The lighting which is custom designed by Dan Brunn makes a huge visual impact on this space. The wall lighting which reflects traditional bamboo extending to the ceiling is constructed from Lumicor white mesh.

Yojisan Sushi, 2012 (Los Angeles, Usa) : Dan Brunn Architects (2)
Yojisan Sushi, 2012 (Los Angeles, Usa) : Dan Brunn Architects (3)

The identity branding for Yojisan Sushi is the work of local design studio 6 Degrees LA, whilst the signage was constructed by Tako Tyko.

Yojisan Sushi, 2012 (Los Angeles, Usa) : Dan Brunn Architects (1)

Yojisan is an entry into the 2013 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards.

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