The SushiFun in Milan, where Japan meets the West

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11 September 2019

The designers of KTLstudio have designed the interiors of the new SushiFun restaurant, following an original and colorful aesthetic.

We are in one of the most popular areas of Milan and in one of the most characteristic streets. In via Paolo Sarpi has recently opened SushiFun, a small restaurant that offers Japanese cuisine but not only, also offering a selection of the now-famous poke. 

To differentiate themselves from the competition, the two young owners have relied on the skillful hands of the designers of KTLstudio who have created a place where Japanese culture is able to mix with pastel colors and modern and eclectic elements. 

The minimalism of the forms is typical of the Japanese tradition, the counter and the two tables that allow you to enjoy the meal on the spot are made of light wood, with clean and clean lines and contrast with the walls, for which a pink wallpaper has been chosen. The rose also returns to the ceiling, chairs, and jambs of the three windows overlooking the street. This color was chosen precisely because it is reminiscent of salmon, an essential ingredient in many of the dishes on the menu. 

To give a more pop and original touch, we can find funny elements, such as the prints of different types of fish on the wallpaper, and furnishings, always in the shape of fish, lit in special showcases. 

If, in addition to the taste, you give strong weight to the location SushiFun is the place for you! 

KTLstudio Sushi Fun | Collater.al
KTLstudio Sushi Fun | Collater.al
KTLstudio Sushi Fun | Collater.al
KTLstudio Sushi Fun | Collater.al
KTLstudio Sushi Fun | Collater.al
KTLstudio Sushi Fun | Collater.al
KTLstudio Sushi Fun | Collater.al

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