Al Sud restaurant by Sipala Tripi Architetti, Siracusa – Italy

December 1st, 2016 by retail design blog


Al Sud represent a little food court situated in the heart of Ortigia the old town centre in Siracusa. The interior eco design project is inspired to sustainable architecture, using energy efficience technology and environmentally friendly materials.


The place is organized in three rooms and services which are: the entrance with shop windows to sell organic products, the taproom to serve and a small sitting room.


The interior details are made of cork and eco-friendly spray paints while furnitures of the terrace are designed and made of birch wood. Two greenwalls are located at the entrance and behind seats in the sitting room. The floor is Made of resin cement.

Design: Sipala Tripi Architetti
Photography: Francesco Trovato














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One thought on “Al Sud restaurant by Sipala Tripi Architetti, Siracusa – Italy

  1. Restaurant lighting seems awesome.. It looks like a home. All the Best 🙂

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