Located on King’s Road, London’s first branch of Danish restaurant Sticks’n’Sushi sees Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetics beautifully combined. Designed by Norm Architects, the restaurant is spread over three floors, each with its own design language. The lowest floor is earthy and intimate, with darker lighting and a secluded atmosphere. The ground floor, where guests enter, is sophisticated and inviting, with bolder, more sculptural furniture. The third floor is the brightest, with oak tables and translucent textiles. Iconic Scandinavian furniture pieces feature throughout, along with more organic elements such as custom woodwork and nature-inspired elements—such as the hops hanging from the ceiling on the lower ground floor.
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