Trend and elegance are the leitmotiv of this place where a demodé architecture style melts with some 60’s recalls.
The structure is made up of three floors: a bar in the ground floor, the first floor bakery and a restaurant on the second floor. The resin from which the floors are made of and the black shelf, separated by an oblique cut from a black iron blade, melt with the rigid grey stone counters. You get an healthy balance of innovation and tradition that is enhanced by comfortable armchairs and lamps from Phanto design.
The black iron column decorated with backlighted letters runs all over the place creating a fascinating union between the spaces. This elements strongly characterize the building facing “Flowers square” the most important square of the croatian capital.