Tavernetta italian cuisine restaurant by Studio Belenko, Odessa – Ukraine

November 14th, 2012 by retail design blog

Tavernetta is an Italian cuisine restaurant in Odessa, Ukraine. Wooden furnishing made of Siberian pine and waxed. Interior looks very traditional and low-tech, it’s warm and atmospheric. The furniture and wooden parts have the characteristic rough pattern. Wood material was sawn by specially disturbed tape saw thanks so wood surface got typical rustic jags. Souvenir storage and table bases made of raw black metal. Walls and ceiling finished by traditional for Italy and Ukraine stained stucco.

Designed by Studio Belenko
Photos – Anatoliy Krinitskiy
















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