Emporio Baglione restaurant by Rocco & Vidal + Arquitetos, Sao Paulo

December 8th, 2011 by retail design blog

Emporio Baglione is a restaurant in a trendy and nice neighborhood. The entrance was designed as a continuation of the promenade as a square of interconnection between public and private sectors.

A contemporary and sober design where the highlight is the products and materials used as wood and stone in the facade giving the space a cozy and warm feeling. Natural lighting and integration between the spaces is explicit in the details and solutions. High ceilings with a shed along the side brings illumination into the room.

Photographs: Courtesy of Rocco, Vidal+arquitetos

Designed by Rocco & Vidal + Arquitetos















http://www.archdaily.com/159794/emporio-baglione-rocco-vidal-arquitetos/

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