2630 N. Clark, Chicago
The owners of Sushi Hall envisioned a stylish yet approachable setting that would make guests feel completely at home.
We exposed the building’s original Chicago brick walls and added colorful accents like crisp blue light fixtures, sunny yellow tile, neon wayfinding, and custom wallcoverings printed with a grid map of Chicago. A giant fish skeleton mural inspired by the tattoo on Chef Mitch's forearm was painted by local artist Breezy Snyder
A separate takeout window around back was designed specifically to accommodate food delivery drivers. It's painted with a mural by local artist Ken Klopack inspired by the classic white plastic takeout bag with red lettering that says "Thank you Thank you Thank you."
Photos by Daija Guy.