Sushi Me rollin’



Inside this Grade 2 Listed Building, the dropped ceiling levitates overhead with large, eye-catching light shades fitted with warm yellow bulbs. The building required a full rewire. The addition of a red brick blend on both walls adds further warmth. One wall is enhanced with a custom neon sign, and there are three acrylic sushi characters mounted on locators on the opposite wall. Into the dining space, there is a feature cherry blossom tree wrapped around a support column that weaves up into the bespoke ceiling grid, covering the area in beautiful, hanging cherry blossom petals. This stylish space is finished off with a tiled porcelain floor in black slate.


At the back end of the dining space is the kitchen. Brightly lit, this area feels completely separate from the main eating area. The kitchen begins with a bespoke serving counter composed of a concrete effect worktop and cocktail bar. Its white walls are cladded to make sure they are easy to clean. There are stainless steel prep fridges and worktops for plating the sushi that has been prepped and rolled in a separate room built in the basement. 

Alongside this basement prep room, two new toilet rooms were fitted. This includes first and second fix plumbing alongside cladded ceilings and walls. There was also a 3 phase water heater and mains water pump installed to accommodate the water supply for these toilets, the prep room and the kitchen. The basement also houses a separate office and a storeroom. 

Externally, the signage has been backlit with aluminium powder coating, and the large window was repainted, to provide an attractive frontage.

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We use lasers to take measurements of the venue so that a computer-aided design (CAD) plan can be generated. Then we either produce a mood board collaboratively with the client, by ourselves, or one can be supplied by the client. After that, a 3D model of the proposed venue can be created that can then be amended slightly by the client before we can start to bring the proposed works to life on site.




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