MADAMA DELLA ROCCA

MADAMA DELLA ROCCA

Architect
Fabio Fantolino
Location
Turin, Italy
Project Year
2012
Category
Restaurants

MADAMA DELLA ROCCA

Fabio Fantolino as Architects

MADAMA DELLA ROCCA


Inside the restaurant , located near Piazza Vittorio , capture the attention the brick pillars covered with touches of wood raw crossed to form a regular grid. The light wood is opposed to twilight atmosphere and dark furnishing. The false ceiling and false walls are covered with open mesh black iron that make the wall brick behind attractive, otherwise rustic. The brick is underlined by the LEDs placed behind the paneling in black iron that hide the origin of the source bright. The metal grilles scan the space and letting it breathe creating spaces for the service.. The floor in raw concrete mixes well with the other elements, provided rough, positioned on it. Beams of light projected on the walls create shadows, designs and textures. In the room behind a shower of floating lights, placed at the same height, allow the visitor to feel more absorbed by the atmosphere that surrounds it. The desk and the kitchen are made through the extension of wainscoting and ceilings of black iron. The bathroom area is different from the rest of the location with aluminum siding and dark curtains to free wires in iron. The pendant lights present in the rooms bind together to appearance crude and elegant at the same time.


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