Pizzaria Biliardo ’65 by Bilodunk studio, Nola – Italy

May 13th, 2017 by retail design blog

A pizzeria (the term deliberately with the archaic accent!) With a kitchen in the heart of Nola’s old town, a town full of history and culture that was the home of Giordano Bruno. The concept is born to the will to tie the format to the territory and to the tradition associated with the prince of the offer. Tufo and bricks are structural materials that emerge from the machinations and are left to be seen respecting the origins.

From the first use of the premises, a billiard room, the first of the country, starts the design of brand identity: the theme of the game enriches the walls with parades drawn in the studio and then prints, portraying the jocker, the jocker Blind goddess, billiard balls, and a quote from Cervantes.

The structure consists of two halls: in the first one, the one where the entrance is located, the first 8 tables are located, the pizza oven, built on the spot with refractory stone, the beverage counter, an exhibition wall, the work desk and the reception / cash desk.

Through a lined iron sheet, you enter the other room where you can see through the large glass window the kitchen, where the remaining 10 tables are located. The tables with cast iron foot, carrara marble top, wooden chairs and leather armchairs co-operate to make the mood markedly hypster. Lighting is entirely Wever & Ducr. The venue is present in the Wever & Ducr 2017 catalog.

Design: Bilodunk studio

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