Katana blades supporting a dining experience

Interior design and joinery works for Rōnin Omakase at 454 Little Collins street in Melbourne.

Within a tall rendered concrete space: black joinery pieces were inserted with integrated lighting and metal fins that repeat throughout.

The ‘Katana blades’ form structures for the shelves and countertops, whilst at the entrance the metal was bent to form letters.

Native spotted gum panelling was used to warm up the lighting and to ground the space to the context for this Japanese dining experience in Melbourne.

Photography by xCreative