Functionally, characterised to accommodate simultaneously different customers without losing the “boutique” connotation because of the uniqueness and personalisation of the concept and the furnishings, the formal cleanliness and the delicate contaminations of materials and colours played all tone on tone.
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Partitions and part of the furnishings were voluntarily enclosed between two gorges of light inspired by the principle of the parallax, one on the floor and one on the ceiling to form a scenic effect of greater lightness, giving birth to natural games of transparences, reflections but also natural and artificial light which characterizes the spaces.
The combination of innovative materials with some more traditional ones is able to assure a great scenic impact which is embellished by the light games, created by vertical strip filters, and by the special design of the ceiling in the lounge area, where large blocks of embedded brass, designed by the architect, reflect the light and heat that comes from it.
From the inside of the restaurant, looking through the blue glass, the fish market takes the colors of the sea. All the elements present want to reppresent the underwater world, which includes the refined lamps, that are conceptual networks with crystals, which also have stylized fish, drawn by the studio and printed on wallpaper which was then applied on the walls.
The bright set up took inspiration from the geometric designs and the colours selected for the S/S Collection of Annarita N. The gleaming structure has been tailor made and designed around a set of methacrylate tubes skilfully illuminated by led lights and connected by iron joints: light and colour are dressing the window knowingly highlighting the product.