Ryu Japanese Restaurant by ANDREA LANGHI DESIGN, Bergamo – Italy

October 15th, 2015 by retail design blog

A new Japanese restaurant in a restored building in the heart of “Città alta” (Upper town), Bergamo old town.

It consists of two parts. A garden, protected by a high wooden illuminated structure, to relax between maple and cherry trees listening to the sound of the two fountains. And inside, where the vaults of the historic building meet the strict oriental minimalism, contradicted by a room covered by wallpapers inspired by Tokyo city lights, and another one in which the image of a zen garden is represented on a backlit brass sheet .


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