TrpezArija restaurant by Slavica Djokovic and Sandra Lukovic, Novi Sad – Serbia

March 25th, 2016 by retail design blog

TrpezArija (is Serbian for the dining room) is made from two words table and aria, which translated in Serbian means harmony of tastes. This is the basic concept that Slavica Đoković and Sandra Luković followed working on this restaurant with the owner itself. Main objective was to expose the kitchen in order to celebrate the modern, urban process of preparing exclusive traditional Serbian meals.

Leaning on the previous experience and tradition with its locally baked quiches and breads and regionally sourced food ingredients TrpezArija provides a fantastic place to meet for a coffee break or a healthy and tasty meal. Playing with the visual perception based on the nature of materials used softens the space and provides a fun, playful feel in contrast to the sophisticated food served on the plate.

This atmosphere of contradiction is further established via facade installation present throughout the usage of raw-steel plates and soft lighting effect. Restaurant has a wonderful relaxed ambient atmosphere and fast became a favorite place for locals and shoppers since it is located in the busiest part of the city.

Photography by Dragana Dobric

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