Japanese patchwork technique informs interior of Sando burger bar in Geneva

Sapid Studio aimed to keep as much of the original fit-out as possible during this renovation project, which saw the Swiss design firm turn one burger restaurant in Geneva, Switzerland, into the home of another.

The new burger joint, named Sando after the Japanese word for sandwich, is located near the waterfront in Rive Gauche and serves burgers infused with Japanese flavours such as teriyaki tamago and miso bacon.

Sapid Studio designed the interiors of the Sando burger joint in Geneva

Since the space was originally designed for a similar establishment, Sapid Studio made no changes to the layout.

Instead, founders Cecile-Diama Samb and Michael Piderit took a retrofit-first approach

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