The interior design has been imagined to create the ideal conditions for a unique experience. The aesthetics of the place is contemporary and inspired by Japanese atmospheres. Simple and sober, the decor of the restaurant also gives pride of place to wood…
Located in Ponta Delgada, Portugal, the restaurant has an interior architecture that seeks to be in symbiosis with the gastronomic menu offered à la carte. Given the limited space, the aesthetic approach consisted in designing a very sober place with wooden furniture entering in perfect harmony with the anthracite gray walls and ceilings.
If the abundance of wood seems to evoke the rows of trees and dense forests that have dotted the Azores islands since the 19th century, anthracite and oak wood remain the two most striking elements of the restaurant whose design we owe interior at Portuguese studio Sequeira Dias Arquitecto.
Entering the FUJI restaurant is like immersing yourself in an imaginary landscape, where the exoticism of the Far East blends with that of the Azores. Where the sobriety of the architecture blends into the exuberance of the gastronomy.