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The renovation of a poke restaurant in Sacramento was based on increasing spatial efficiency. The existing conditions presented two main issues: no public bathroom and a disorganized service area. To address these problems, new programmatic layouts were presented which resulted in the relocation of the bathroom and the addition of new equipment and low-walls in the service area. The bathroom acts as the indicator of the transition from the public area to the kitchen, providing access for both customers and employees. The updated service area included service countertops and low-walls that separated the dining area from the ordering line.

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