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Tori Tori Restaurant by Rojkind Arquitectos and Hector Esrawe

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Mexican architects [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and industrial designer [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] have designed a Japanese restaurant for Mexico City.

Called Tori Tori Restaurant, the project involves converting a house but aims to make the building unrecognisable.

A two-layer steel lattice will cover the facade of the original
house, intended to reference ivy growing on the existing walls behind

Esrawe has custom-designed all the furniture for the interior.

The restaurant is due for completion in 2010.

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Above image ©️ Glessner Group with artist Guido Torres
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Here’s some more information from Rojkind Arquitectos:

Considered one of the best Japanese restaurants in Mexico City and
due to its remarkable success, Tori-Tori is now moving to a bigger
location in the same area of Polanco, Mexico City, where Architect
Michel Rojkind and Industrial Designer Hector Esrawe teamed up to make
it happen.

Above image ©️ Glessner Group with artist Guido Torres
At the residential area in Polanco that has seen changes in its
zoning, houses have been transformed to office spaces or restaurants.

Sometimes things happen so unnoticeably, that just a small sign
appears where a new space has been developed with a completely
different program inside, while preserving its exterior.

Aware of this, Rojkind and Esrawe wanted to give enough strength to
the new program that they proposed to transform the space inside out.

Taking advantage of the plot’s conditions, the parking space will be
left where it is, to use the budget mainly for restructuring and
renovating the house, stripping the residential interior and removing
all familiar features to produce an entirely different environment.

‘We are being coherent with its culinary know-how and creating the
accurate environment and situations for a gastronomical experience. The
final result is achieved not only by working with the client but with
his complete staff as well.’

Although the client’s requirements were oriented towards a Japanese
interpretation, it was not literal, he wanted the place to have its own
personal expression, contemporary and cosmopolitan, by enhancing its
spatial existing conditions through different experiences, the new
range of open spaces, its terraces, its sake bar and its own exclusive
temple oriented to the highly demanding sushi lovers.

Maintaining a very intimate and subtle feel towards the first
encounter with the exterior, once you enter you’ll find yourself in a
terrace, where eating and drinking are embraced by natural vegetation.

The building’s organic façade and landscape were carefully designed
to become an extension of the restaurant creating a strong relationship
between the inside and the outside.

The interior receives and follows the exterior with subtle
contrasts. Each room has its own nature and shows a clear relationship
with its function. The furniture was inspired and made for Tori Tori
and developed with a direct orientation through each space. During more
than eight months a complete collection of chairs and tables where
created, for both exterior and interior use.

‘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 options and sensations for its assiduous clients.’ I.D.
Héctor Esrawe, ESRAWE studio

The Façade, which seems to emerge from the ground climbing up
through the building, as if mimicking the natural ivy surrounding the
retaining walls, is made up of two self-supporting layers of steel
plates cut with a CNC machine and handcrafted to exact specifications.

‘At rojkind arquitectos we are very rigorous about experimenting with digital design as well as getting things built.

That’s why we have specially focused on how to translate complex
geometries into very simple and understandable drawings that benefit
from local manufacturing, as is the case of working in Mexico City.

Our vast experience building over the past years has made us aware
of the incredible local labor that would be very difficult to get in
different countries.

Depending on the geographical location of new commissions given to
the office we do enough research to understand in which area we can
benefit from local conditions and enhance the final result to make it
unique.’ Michel Rojkind, rojkind arquitectos.

The facade’s pattern responds to the inside openings, filtering
light, shadows, and views that will constantly invade the interior
spaces. An atmosphere enriched by the spectrum of subtle changes.

CITY_ Mexico City
CONSTRUCTION_ 629 sq.meters
PROGRAM_ Japanese Restaurant
CLIENT_ Dr. Katsumi Kumoto Kawasaki
ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT_ rojkind arquitectos [Michel Rojkind] + ESRAWE Studio [Héctor Esrawe]

rojkind arquitectos
PROJECT TEAM_ Tere Levy, Agustín Pereyra, Raúl Araiza, Carlos Alberto Ríos, Isaac Smeke Jaber, Enrique F. de la Barrera

PROJECT TEAM_ Ricardo Casas, Basia Pineda, Ian Castillo, Karianne Rygh, Alejandra Castelao, Jorge Bracho

FACADE CONSULTANTS [3D STUDIES]_ Kokkugia [Roland Snooks, Robert Stuart-Smith]
CONSTRUCTION_ ZDA desarrollo + arquitectura [Yuri Zagorin]
LIGHTING DESIGN_ luz en arquitectura [Arq. Kai Diederichsen]
AUDIO & VIDEO PROJECT_ NTX New Technology Experience
LANDSCAPE DESIGN_ entorno taller de paisaje
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER_ Ing. Juan Felipe Heredia
M.E.P._ QUANTUM Design

VISUALIZATION_ ©️ Glessner Group [[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
INVITED ARTIST_ Photographer Guido Torres

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Bài gửi on 2009-09-18, 14:33 by luongphuocthanh

ko hiểu tại sao nó lại làm restauran, tui thấy nó giống mấy cái viện bảo tàng hơn !!! (:mon]10

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