DEIK is a design studio based in London specialising in commercial premises (retail shops and restaurants).
With 15 years' experience, we offer not only design but also a one-stop service from market research to rebranding, property acquisition, planning application and shopfitting.
Oct.2023_TONARI/ The neighbour Hatano Yoshikii, London
TONARI, the UK's first stand-up sushi restaurant designed by DEIK and constructed by EDO Construction, opened recently at Mercato Metropolitano.
TONARI London opened as a second branch of TONARI Tokyo, who won the Michelin Bib Gourmand in Tokyo in 2022.
Dec.2022_JIN KICHI, London
DEIK's design project, Jin Kichi is featured in Interior Design Magazine, January 2023 issue.
2022_JIN KICHI, London
DEIK's design project, Jin Kichi a Japanese restaurant has been serving its customers in Hampstead for over 30 years. They have now extended into the property next door.
We decided to strip the existing shell construction right back to the core. What we unveiled was more interesting than we might have expected; traces of the property's past, and of those who'd worked on it before.
2021_PANTECHNICON, Sachi, London
Sachi, a Japanese restaurant we designed in collaboration with Pantechnicon team is featured in EPICUREAN LIFE MAGAZINE.
Nov.2021 PAN-TECHNIC’ON, London
DEIK's design project, Pantechnicon was featured in The Japan Times.
Aug.2021_PAN-TECHNIC’ON, Sachi, London
DEIK's design project, Pantechnicon and Sachi are featured in The Spaces.
Dec.2020_PAN-TECHNIC’ON, Café Kitsuné, London
DEIK's design project, Pantechnicon and Café Kitsuné are featured in Dezeen.
Dec.2020_House K, London
DEIK's renovation project, House K is featured in Interior Design Magazine, January issue.
Sep.2020_Café Kitsuné at PAN-TECHNIC’ON, Belgravia, London
DEIK has designed London's first branch of Café Kitsune, which opened on 22nd September 2020 at Pantechnicon in Belgravia.
The Japanese bottle shop and bar SAKAYA, also designed by DEIK, is due to open in the same premises in December 2020.
DEIK has developed the overall brand concept, interior and joinery design for Pantechnicon in Belgravia.
The five-floor, Grade II-listed building dates from 1830, has now been transformed into a new lifestyle destination where people can eat, drink, shop, learn, socialise and discover constantly changing experiences inspired by Nordic and Japanese creativity, craftsmanship, culture and food.
Pantechnicon houses a shop, café, bar and restaurants and opened on 22nd September 2020.