Los Sopranos restaurant by Pedro Scattarella, Barcelona

April 10th, 2012 by retail design blog

Inspired by New York’s harbour warehouses, architect Pedro Scattarella has brought the atmosphere of an industrial port inside a Barcelona pizzeria. Elements like containers, merchandise boxes and industrial lamps can be traced throughout the two-storey interior. On the entrance level, an open kitchen allows customers to see how pizzas are prepared, almost as if attending a show. Concrete flooring and a brick wall enhance the industrial aesthetic in the space.

The ground floor visually connects to the upper one, thanks to the space’s double height. On the top floor is a large dining room, filled with four full-size shipping containers accommodating different functions like the bathroom, VIP room and exhibition showcase. Industrial graphic elements are spotted in several areas, helping to further enhance the warehouse feeling in the restaurant.


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