FUOCO PIZZA by a+a workshop design, Beijing – China

November 25th, 2016 by retail design blog


This is the first restaurant of Fuoco Pizza in Beijing. We aim to create a cozy enviroment for people because the target customer is families with kids. So we use the light green colour and the plants by contrast with the air pollution of the Beijing’s weather.


The concept outdoor inside show us a scence view about a corner of outdoor park. We use street lamp and the cast iron handrail even the corrugated sheet iron on the wall. Look through the window it likes tropical style. More natural feeling got when people eat here.

Design: a+a workshop design
Photography: Leo










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One thought on “FUOCO PIZZA by a+a workshop design, Beijing – China

  1. Scenic interior design.. All the Best 🙂

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