Hakkasan Restaurants, London

    We have acted as structural engineers for several projects on behalf of the Hakkasan Group.

    Our involvement has ranged from furniture items, minor structural interventions including building work to major refurbishments.

    The sensitive fit-out for Sake no Hana in the Smithson’s Grade I listed Economist Building in St James’ provides a modern take on Japanese kaiseki style dining in the original banking hall and a sushi bar at ground floor.

    The robust fit-outs for Cha Cha Moon in Soho and Bayswater are the first of a new diffusion brand of good value chinese restaurants.

    Kuma San’s materials palette of bamboo, cedar and tatami evokes the tranquil atmosphere of the Shinto shrine.

    Client: Hakkasan Group
    Architect: Kengo Kuma Architects with Denton Corker Marshall
    Project Value: various to £4M

    Images 9 & 10 courtesy of Hakkasan

  • 01 Sake No Hana
  • 02 Sake No Hana
  • 03 Sake No Hana
  • 04 Sake No Hana
  • 06 © MHA (CCM Whiteleys)
  • 07 © MHA (CCM Whiteleys)
  • 08 © MHA (CCM Whiteleys)
  • 09 © Hakkasan (CCM Whiteleys)
  • 10 © Hakkasan (CCM Whiteleys)