The second, extremely elegant series features a fascinating mix of timeless classic and modern elegance: sophisticated retro geometries and 3D materic designs create essential atmospheres – eternally suspended between past and present, art and design – capable of bringing the Art Deco golden rules directly into the third millennium.
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We created an identity inspired by South Kensington’s love affair with classic Georgian geometric mosiac styling. The shop masthead was based upon a traditional sign writing layout, the font Kessel was chosen for its Art Deco look and feel, which also has strong aesthetic ties to London’s Brompton Road area.
In addition, we found a small, exquisite coffee with terrace, furnished with air inspired posters from the 20s and 30’s own Santa Eulalia: the bar has been recovered from an old bar of Toulouse, Thonet chairs are upholstered with a reprint of a pattern historic Liberty, and the marble tables printed with wrought iron feet up the furniture inside.
There are four areas scattered around the main dining space. Pizza oven area, pasta room, coffee & Desserts counter and a store for an Italian gradients. Even though there are many things in the space, it has a simple and UN threatening feelings and that’s because that Most of the materials that create the place are local ones.