Ippudo (Sydney, Australia):
Koichi Takada Architects

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This japanese noodle restaurant by Koichi Takada Architects is bringing a little bit of Asian food culture to Sydney. Ippudo is a gallery of the noodle culture, displaying traditional noodle bowls and spoons.

Ippudo, 2012 (Sydney, Australia) Koichi Takada (7)

The interiors of the restaurant emit a beautiful golden glow, with subtle and elegant lighting fitting in perfectly with the feature wooden slats.

Ippudo, 2012 (Sydney, Australia) Koichi Takada (6)
Ippudo, 2012 (Sydney, Australia) Koichi Takada (4)

The titanium and cayenne coloured Pelle Leather seating match the displayed of noodle bowls on the far wall.

The great undulating ceiling made from solid Tasmanian Oak, represents the ‘gust of wind’ which is the literal meaning of the restaurant’s name.

Ippudo, 2012 (Sydney, Australia) Koichi Takada (9)
Ippudo, 2012 (Sydney, Australia) Koichi Takada (1)

Ippudo is an entry into the Australia & Pacific category of the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 12/13 and will also be featured in our book published by TASCHEN this autumn.

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