Tokki, a Japanese restaurant in the Ninth Arrondissement of Paris, had served a sophisticated menu for years, but the restaurant interior had taken a backseat. Until Anki Linde and Pierre Saalburg of LSL Architects came along, Tokki, Linde says, “looked more like an ice cream shop with green plastic chairs and stickers on the walls.” To better match the look with the owner’s “elaborate and refined” food, LSL renovated the restaurant—cave included—with economical solutions and a design inspired by the simplicity of Shaker, Scandinavian, and Japanese design. Here’s a look.
Photography by Katrin Vierkant, courtesy of LSL Architects.
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