Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

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Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Estudio Montevideo designed this stunning sushi bar located in Córdoba, Argentina, in 2019. Take a look at the complete story after the jump.

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

Tokin Sushi Bar by Estudio Montevideo

From the architects: We have designed Sushi Bar, which invite us to join in an experience where a small portion of Tokio is combined, merged with the cocktails and Córdoba city’s nightlife.

When you enter to the place, a great Carrara-marble counter welcomes you, where sushi and drinks are prepared, with a big bottle rack in the background.

In this space, Carrara bar tables and stools were thought to gather people who enjoy oriental food, but also want to have a drink and share a relaxing and spontaneous time with friends. In the upper part, an intervention with hundreds of unique pieces of pottery overflies the room, a work of art closely tied to the so-popular paper figures in Japan’s culture.

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The main room is inspired by a Japanese tatami, with modular, wooden walls and ceilings, and a fabric simulating paper walls. It was thought in terms of its experience inside of it, where generally diners sit on the floor, and a similar situation was recreated. Playing with different levels, a standard table’s height can be achieved, as well as the user fitting with their legs under the table as a kind of big drawer. This also makes tables not having a set amount of cutlery; it depends on who are using them and the degree of formality or informality of the meal.

The recreation of the atmosphere is finished with the exclusively-designed ceramic tableware, candles and music, which makes Tokin a place to enjoy a good time any day of the week. Relaxing, clean, and friendly.

Project Name: Tokin Sushi Bar
Architectural Office Name: Estudio Montevideo – www.estudiomontevideo.com
Architects Authors of the Work: Arq. Gabriela Jagodnik, Arq. Ramiro Veiga, Arq. Marco Ferrari
Location (street, commune, city, country): “Muy Güemes” Gallery. Córdoba, Argentina
Year of Building Completion: 2019
Built-up area: 75 m2
Photographer: Gonzalo Viramonte

Other Participants: write relevant categories for the work, e.g.:
Construction: Gipe.arq
Design Team: Arq. Mateo Unamuno, Arq. Eugenia Carrillo

Architectural Office Name: Estudio Montevideo – www.estudiomontevideo.com
Office E-mail: arquitectos@estudiomontevideo.com
Architects Authors of the Work: Arq. Gabriela Jagodnik, Arq. Ramiro Veiga, Arq. Marco Ferrari
Co-workers:
Location (street, commune, city, country): “Muy Güemes” Gallery. Córdoba, Argentina
Year of Building Completion: 2019
Built-up area: 75 m2
Photographer/Website: Arq. Gonzalo Viramonte

Other Participants: write relevant categories for the work, e.g.:
Construction: Gipe.arq
Design Team: Arq. Mateo Unamuno, Arq. Eugenia Carrillo