时间：2018-12-14 来源：网络 作者：网络 阅读量：
The restaurant spaces are spread over an articulate plan which had already been partiallydivided into two separate rooms. Today these unwind through an indoor space of about140 m2 and a 70 m2 glass-enclosed terrace.
Passing alongside the terrace through the only entrance, you can immediately see theoperational areas. The long single-piece counter made from antique brushed fir, and anentirely visible kitchen measuring around 40 m2, are intentionally placed in direct contactwith consumers, who are thus intimately introduced to the live activities and can sensefrom the outset the basic themes behind the project: aesthetic rigor and clean lines, warmenvironment and healthy eating. “Bio” and ecology have been sought conceptually both inthe food and in the study of spaces and furnishing, for which salvaged wood, water-basedpaint, artisan pottery and other generally eco-sustainable materials have been used.
In the first indoor hall we find high sneak tables and a large and articulate system of shelves made from salvaged fir wood and bleached fir. This runs all the way along the centre of the restaurant and allows the organic products on offer to be displayed. The second hall appears seamlessly, this time larger and brighter, offering various situations to give the spaces movement: individual tables, paired tables, chairs and group benches, as well as a long group table made from a single trunk of a white poplar tree. Wood, although with very different finishes and workmanship, is the predominant feature in the whole project.
The choice to use Billiani chairs was no coincidence. The success of this historic Italiancompany is based on simple but fundamental key points: artisan know-how, attention todetail, a quest for the best quality materials and a high level of specialization in themanufacture of wooden chairs, stools and armchairs.
Many variants have been presented in this project: the natural or bleached wood frames ofthe Gradisca chairs and stools can be seen alongside seats made from natural orbleached wood, or painted red, green or blue. These are used in combination with the lightblue internal group table, which brings out the carpet of Vietri ceramic tiles on top of whichthe table has been placed. Green Tracy chairs can be found on the external terrace,placed alongside the group table whose base has been made from a salvaged trunk. Allthe coloured chairs have been painted with a combined cycle that includes a first coatmade with a water-based paint, and a protective finish.