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Moshi Moshi


A.J Wells used vitreous enamel to clad the interior of London sushi restaurant Moshi Moshi. Enamel was specified for its durability and hygienic properties.

The enamelled cladding covered a double height internal wall and projected through the shop front to form the restaurant sign. The first floor housed a sushi belt, the ground floor a takeaway counter and seating.

The cladding panels were fabricated to form recesses for the refrigerated counter, till area and access to the stairs.A graphic based on Japanese cherry blossom was used to decorate the panels on the first floor. Vitreous enamel was also used for bespoke tables and light fittings.

The restaurant was shortlisted for the AJ Small Projects Award.