LINE restaurant – cafè by G Studio, Salerno – Italy

January 7th, 2013 by retail design blog

Located on the main street of the town, the Line was founded with the goal of creating a metropolitan meeting place, a place of confluence of different styles and cultures that inhabit the heart of the city. The bar, which is characterized by a narrow and long shape (hence the name), has the dominant presence of the long bar counter, which takes us up to the restaurant and becomes the focal point of the room.

The concept of meeting and confluence also applies in the choice of materials: glass, steel, wood, grès and plaster create a cosmopolitan environment but at the same time welcoming and harmonious. Most of the furniture is made on the project, from the bar counter, to the wooden paneling of the back bench, to the leather sofa which incorporates the soft lines of the paneling behind the plaster.

Architect: Gianluca Galderisi, Valeria Concilio
Photographer: Gianvincenzo Nastasi








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