Combining a Japanese Sushi Train with a Chinese menu, Sushi Dragon adds another unique and lively dining experience to this very popular dining district.
Naturally lit, open and light by day, Sushi Dragon transforms into a space embued with neon-light and the glow of paper lanterns by night. Materials included timber screens, parquetry, and browns and greys – taking inspiration from the design vernacular of both Chinese and Japanese cultures to fit with the menu on offer. Brining the brand strategy within scope collaboratively with Timothy Birch Studio offered a offered a holisitc approach to the venue design and identity.
After a year of successful trade and rave-reviews by customers, and given the tumultuos periods introduced by social distancing regulations, Hiller were engaged for a second renovation. Stage 2 was to repurpose the after-hours pizza outlet sub-tenancy in favour of an increased seating area, incorporating lightweight comfortable booths, while adding further lighting effects, and wall linings and furnishings with acoustic properties.