Cicero bistro by Tommaso Guerra, Rome – Italy

June 2nd, 2014 by retail design blog

A bistro in the heart of Prati district in Rome, open from the early morning until late night: pastel colours, light wood and colourful fabrics with varied fantasies. A marriage between nature and serenity. I figured that going at “Cicero” might be an harmony and finesse experience; a beautiful space to live, in Nordic atmosphere. Sitting in a under a large mid-air nest; enjoying lunch as in a forest, between wood birds houses; looking up and discovering 55 shades falling out… The mature interpretation of fairy tale, the inspiration becomes game. Welcome to “Cicero”.

Designed by Tommaso Guerra
Photo: Leda Ricchi




















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