The height of good taste in Brighton

skylight-at-dusk-160804-1

A dramatic aerial pavilion will be built to house a Japanese restaurant above a square in Brighton.

The city council has given planning permission for Moshimo sushi restaurant to install the 150-seater “Skylight” project at seventh-storey level, with views over the old town and the sea.

Designed by architect Michael Spooner, the pavilion will be prefabricated in Littlehampton and transported to the site, for probable opening in 2018.

Co-owners Karl Jones and Nicholas Rohl opened Moshimo 16 years ago. They also launched the Fishlove maritime conservation campaign.

 

Recent News from Harden's

Share this article: