Italian Burger by Sestini&Corti, Perugia – Italy

October 30th, 2013 by retail design blog

An european style place with a rather metropolitan atmosphere, Italian Burger is a fast food that celebrates the “on the road” quality food, and it is located in the suburbs of Perugia. Sestini&Corti designed and so realized a unique and refined interior design by using old recyclable plankings, old military sacks cloths and original objects.

Beauty and functionality are in full harmony thanks to the use of industrial style iron with visible weld joints. The name, Italian Burger, laser cut on the iron, it has been placed right on the entrance, on a special wooden wall, to emphasize the unique atmosphere of the place.








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