Kento Gran Vía is the latest project from the Spanish takeaway sushi chain, designed by Masquespacio.
For this latest project, as with previous Masquespacio continued its search for new aesthetic forms to enhance the interiors for the Kento food chain. Always taking account of Kento's brand image, but at the same time, they strive to surprise Kento's clients with every new opening.
For this latest store Masquespacio decided to choose primary materials of tiles complimenting wood in semicircular strips, as already used in the previous interior design schemes for Kento.
The design delivers a much more minimal space, although the metallic green and gold colours applied to the different furniture and lighting elements create a sharp and pleasing contrast.
This latest Kento opening presents another version of the brand specialising in sushi, staying faithful to it's corporate identity but always looking to surprise their clients, with new design details.
Masquespacio is an award winning creative consultancy created in 2010 by Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse. Com-bining the 2 disciplines of their founders, interior design and marketing, the Spanish design agency creates branding and interior projects through a unique approach that results in fresh and innovative concepts. With a continued international media recognition in the areas of design, fashion and lifestyle trends.
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