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Restaurant Tori Tori Santa Fe / Esrawe Studio

Restaurant Tori Tori Santa Fe / Esrawe Studio

© Jaime Navarro© Genevieve Lutkin© Genevieve Lutkin© Genevieve Lutkin+ 22

  • Architects: Esrawe Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  720
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Acor
  • Creative Direction:Héctor Esrawe
  • Architectural Concept:Esrawe Studio
  • Architecture, Interior And Furniture Design:Esrawe Studio
  • Project Leader:Heisei Carmona
  • Design Team:Javier García-Rivera, Lilian Betancourt, Roberto González, Cristina Margain, Fabián Dávila, Enrique Tovar, Abraham Carrillo, Viviana Contreras, Vanessa Ortega
  • Renders:Luis Frausto Correa
  • External Consults:Casa Lux, HF Arquitectos, Grupo Bimer, High Tech Services, Figueroa y del Buen, Alusa, Ansul, CTC Ingenieros, Joaquín Ceballos, Cecilio Rodríguez, Oscar Rodríguez
  • Lighting:Luz en Arquitectura
  • Landscaping:Taller Vertebral
  • Construction:Cinemex
  • City:Mexico City
  • Country:Mexico
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© César Béjar
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Text description provided by the architects. Tori Tori Santa Fe becomes the fifth project of the renowned Japanese restaurant chain in Mexico City, it is located on the ground floor of a corporate building in the Santa Fe neighbourhood.

© Jaime Navarro
© Jaime Navarro
© Genevieve Lutkin
© Genevieve Lutkin

Inspired by the subtlety and sobriety of Japanese craftsmanship, with a serene and monochromatic atmosphere, the project seeks to emphasize the scale of the space with two suspended elements made of oak wood. Its texture and monumental expression evoke the association of the construction of Samurai armour, especially an armour called dō. One of these elements frames a take-out food space called grab & go, and the largest one stands as a radial fireplace on the main teppanyaki table. Both are transformed into light objects that define and delimit the two poles of the restaurant with their scale.

© Genevieve Lutkin
© Genevieve Lutkin
© Jaime Navarro
© Jaime Navarro

The main wall that houses the sushi bar is inhabited by bas-reliefs based on the abstraction and stylisation of Kanji writing and graphics with pure geometries. The restaurant also covers a central area, with a terrace with tables for teppanyaki and a private area for diners.

© Genevieve Lutkin
© Genevieve Lutkin

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Address:Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

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Cite: "Restaurant Tori Tori Santa Fe / Esrawe Studio" [Restaurante Tori Tori Santa Fe / Esrawe Studio] 20 Mar 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/935955/restaurant-tori-tori-santa-fe-esrawe-studio> ISSN 0719-8884

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