Greve in Chianti wine bar Tuscany

Greve in Chianti wine bar Tuscany

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Greve in Chianti, Metropolitan City of Florence, Italy | View Map
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Wine bar in Greve in Chianti

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The renovation project of the former MCL premises in Greve in Chianti represented an opportunity to give new life and organicity to a long-forgotten place. The project provides for the functional reorganization of the spaces by providing for the demolition of the small existing warehouse and creating a flexible system set around the central hall for common activities of about 40 square meters, with a creative laboratory of about 20 square meters as support, a warehouse of 10 square meters , and a space with bathrooms for users and changing rooms for staff. A new exposed brick wall used as pixels to create a texture of voids and solids identifies the new warehouse and acts as a scenographic backdrop for the great hall. The project is configured as an open-space where inside you can find areas for relaxation, more technical spaces for meetings, meetings, in-depth studies, and spaces for exercising the creativity of children such as the laboratory; all set up for the creation of a shared environment that allows the exchange of synergies and opportunities. A welcoming place, a place of doing things, characterized by the use of natural materials such as wood, present in the floors and furnishings, terracotta from MANETTI-SANNINI and a workshop where children can be free to create and interact in a shared home atmosphere, far away from the noise and individualism that often characterizes today's society more and more. The project involves a new lighting system consisting of many LED light points that allows for homogeneous lighting and the creation of a sort of light surface under the existing ceiling.

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