Newly constructed sushi restaurant called Tori-Tori in Mexico City was a design collaboration between Japanese architecture firm Rojkind Arquitectos and design workshop Esrawe Studio. The steel vine-inspired eatery seems to have grown straight from the ground, boasting a neon-lit curved and wavy facade. An outdoor terrace offers a comfortable dining experience with plush seating and natural vegetation. The meticulously hand-crafted exterior continues on the interior with a collection of funky, but functional furniture that lends guests the same unique atmosphere as outside.
“We seek in the project a chance for the users to link with the different ambiances and choose their favorites.
each space’s materials, setup and characteristics towards the furniture generate a wide spectrum of optionsand
sensations for its assiduous clients.” – Héctor Esrawe, Principal of Esrawe Studio