A Sense of Contemporary Luxury for Norm Architects’ Latest Restaurant Design

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Danish studio Norm Architects revealed its latest project, a London sushi restaurant with a luxurious look and feel referencing Japanese design and Danish design heritage. Located in the posh Chelsea neighborhood, the new Sticks N Sushis is a large space that can welcome 220 guests.
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The restaurant is divided into three floors, each with its own style – although all very cohesive – and different moods. From a warm, intimate and private dining room on the lower floor, all the way up to a bright and sophisticated open space, passing through a welcoming, elegant and industrial-inspired area at the street level; They are all connected with a sculptural blackened steel staircase.

Classics, such as Carl Hansen & Son chairs punctuate the place.
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Natural materials, rich textures, a monochromatic palette, careful details, custom woodwork… It is a chic and timeless eatery that will definitely be on my must-see next time I am in London.
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Sticks n Sushis
113-115 King’s Road
London, UK
020 3141 8181

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Stick n Sushis opened its first restaurant in 1994. It is one of the pioneers in Copenhagen specializing in sushi and yakitori sticks, served in attractive locations. Today, it has over 20 locations in Denmark, the United Kingdom and Germany.
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