Masquespacio makes most of glossy tiles at Kento Gran Vía bistro in Valencia
Kento is a Valencia take-away chain offering a selection of boxes and packs prepared daily by a team of Asian chefs who make sushi, bento, niguiri, don, salads, even our own sauces, all home-made. Spanish creative consultancy Masquespacio designed another of their branches – Kento Gran Vía.
“For this last project we continue with the aesthetic parameters in search for new forms of presenting the interiors from the Asian food chain, maintaining its brand image and with the aim to surprise its clients with every new opening. This time the main materials used have been tiles of a bigger format and wood in semicircular strips already used in the previous interior design for Kento. This way we wanted to continue to introduce a new material for each Kento, but maintaining others that remind clearly to the brand’s previous interiors. The much more minimalist design for this space, although creates a strong contrast with the metallic green and gold colors applied on the different furniture and lighting elements. In conclusion, the last Kento opening presents another version of the brand specialized in sushi, staying faithful to the corporate identity, but always looking to surprise their clients,” explains Masquespacio