Pizzikotto restaurant by Andrea Langhi, Reggio Emilia – Italy

November 10th, 2013 by retail design blog

Poor and recovery materials. Colored metal sheet, wood of packaging, a real container as bathroom, ropes as room dividers. All this is Pizzikotto. A new format of Italian pizzeria low cost, where creativity and invention they create a local fun and casual. Where to eat a good italian pizza and to note that using water bottles as lamps can be a good idea!

Designed by Andrea Langhi
































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