I'm completely crazy about Japanese food... and getting together good food and astonishingly beautiful architecture creates a worthy after-work diversion. Here in São Paulo, Brazil, there is a restaurant that gathers all these qualities: Shimo. The architectural solutions proposed by architect Marcelo Rosenbaum create a completely unique space, filled with references to Japanese suburbans and its bohemian lifestyle. Cute red flags on the ceiling have acoustical function and the whole building is made of metallic structure and dry wall. If you are around town, be sure to have dinner there sometime. Sushis and sashimis have just the right taste!
Photos from Projeto Magazine.