The space, envisioned by Claudio Liu and designed by the architect Maurizio Lai, gives a respectful nod to the millennial tradition of Japanese cuisine while at the same time integrating contemporary elements and unedited designs. A majestic grey-green porphyry partition, extruded in Trentino (north-East of Italy) from the only quarry in the world to have this unique variety, separates the sushi counter from the dining room, visually dividing the two experiences.
The same principles of excellence and uniqueness that inspire the dual culinary proposal are reflected in the oak and Canaletto walnut wood finishes, brass dowels, mirror schemes and warm-toned natural leather furnishings to create settings with a very strong and personal identity.