TOKYO JOE'S
       
     
 Large-scale insertions, derived from abstractions of the rolled sushi product. 
       
     
 Kinetic shapes and forms further reinforce the notion of movement and innovation giving each space an identity and energy appropriate to fast casual dining.
       
     
 All restaurants maintain a ‘visual branding’ with a consistency of image based on the utilization of a similar material palette, formal language and organizational principals. 
       
     
 Exposed ducts become light reflectors, spiral lights add detail and spot lighting to individual tables while accessory items are designed to supplement the architectural moves.
       
     
 Natural (and raw) materials such as concrete, wood and steel are utilized to reinforce the value and healthy aspect of the food.
       
     
TOKYO JOE'S
       
     
TOKYO JOE'S

Various Locations | 2000 SF-3000 SF restaurants typically located in strip shopping center spaces. 

 Large-scale insertions, derived from abstractions of the rolled sushi product. 
       
     

Large-scale insertions, derived from abstractions of the rolled sushi product. 

 Kinetic shapes and forms further reinforce the notion of movement and innovation giving each space an identity and energy appropriate to fast casual dining.
       
     

Kinetic shapes and forms further reinforce the notion of movement and innovation giving each space an identity and energy appropriate to fast casual dining.

 All restaurants maintain a ‘visual branding’ with a consistency of image based on the utilization of a similar material palette, formal language and organizational principals. 
       
     

All restaurants maintain a ‘visual branding’ with a consistency of image based on the utilization of a similar material palette, formal language and organizational principals. 

 Exposed ducts become light reflectors, spiral lights add detail and spot lighting to individual tables while accessory items are designed to supplement the architectural moves.
       
     

Exposed ducts become light reflectors, spiral lights add detail and spot lighting to individual tables while accessory items are designed to supplement the architectural moves.

 Natural (and raw) materials such as concrete, wood and steel are utilized to reinforce the value and healthy aspect of the food.
       
     

Natural (and raw) materials such as concrete, wood and steel are utilized to reinforce the value and healthy aspect of the food.