Tsujita LA is a noodle restaurant located in Los Angeles and it was designed by Japanese architects SWeeT. What makes it so special is the fact that the ceiling of this restaurant is entirely covered of drumsticks that were arranged in swirls. The drumsticks were cut in different manners to render the shape of clouds, 2500 wooden sticks being used for this vision.
The edges of the tiles are wavy and they make the interior walls of the restaurant. The walls were designed to capture the appearance of a basket. As for the kitchen, the architects went for simple clay tiles. The decorations in the dining room set the mood for a Japanese themed restaurant. The dining room is adorned with cylindrical lamps, timber chairs and leather sofas.
The specific Japanese rectangular lanterns have the restaurant’s flower motif on them and they are placed at the entrance on shelves made of timber. Tsujita LA is not the only restaurant with an original ceiling.