Home-Made Delicate restaurant by Logic Architecture, Milan

October 13th, 2012 by retail design blog

Logic Architecture designed an exquisite bistro in Milan, Italy called the “Home-Made Delicate Restaurant,” a place where guests are charmed by the effortless bond between style and comfort. The intricate design of all its furnishings can bring out a homely vibe from the outdoor quarters to the dining area. Styles like Napoleon III furniture, Le Corbusier outdoor furniture and 50’s décor work together while also remaining unique and distinct.

The succulent home-made quality of the food works well with the relaxed atmosphere of the eatery. Many of its furnishings were donated by sponsors who could see its potential. Yet, some were designed particularly for Home-Made such as the wallpapers that illustrate giant cages, wall lamps and a large leather sofa. They create a versatile balance between each other further mixing in a modern and classic flair in the restaurant.









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