PIAZZA DUOMO restaurant by G Studio, Amalfi – Italy

January 3rd, 2013 by retail design blog

In the heart of one of the most fascinating cities in the world, here comes a restaurant that aims to “overturn”. From the architectural image to the choice of the menu, only meat. Everything is concentrated on the cover characterized by thick wooden slats that dominate across the vault and then merge with the hot perimetrical paneling in walnut wood.

Among these slats there is a group of copper-plated spheres, which reflecting the surrounding context one into the other seem to expand the space. The narrowness of the environment has led to the choice of minimally invasive furnishings, almost imperceptible except for the side bench that draws the entire side wall. The “distortion” of the classical vision of the Amalfi coast local has produced a warm, harmonious place with the harvest yellow cedar of the side bench, the lamellar structure reminiscent of the keel of a boat, always reminds us where we are.

Architect: Gianluca Galderisi, Valeria Concilio
Photographer: Gianvincenzo Nastasi
























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