dinette bistro by BUCK.ARCHITEKCI, Wroclaw – Poland

March 5th, 2013 by retail design blog

dinette is a modern bistro with lively informal atmosphere and mid-century inspired design. Project involved developing a complex concept of an ‘every day’ bistro, a lively place with relaxed atmosphere suitable either for a morning coffee, daily lunch or an informal meeting after work. The aim was to create a distinctive space with welcoming ambience, appropriate for a visit both alone, or in a group.

The design concept was based on idea of an informal dining room and focused on its characteristic elements: a large dining common table and a solid wooden cupboard, accompanied by marble kitchen island used as a bar and visible, semi- open kitchen. The interior design is distinguished by the details of furnishings kept in modernism style and application of natural materials – italian marble, birch plywood and oak mosaic flooring.

Designed by BUCK.ARCHITEKCI








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