A refined space designed for Italian food and wine excellence, realized into two variations and two different but adjoining interior architecture projects, to define a cosy and contemporary atmosphere, at the top floor at the dining area of the new Rinascente in Rome.
The architecture studio Strato is based in Rome and it’s made up of Martino Fraschetti and Vincenzo Tattolo, who realized at Rinascente - the flagship store in Rome devoted to first class fashion - an interior project in collaboration with Laurenzi Consulting, a food & beverage consulting company. A work of outstanding level to give the clients of the Italian temple of shopping the chance to get involved into new food experiences, in two locations that bring together elegance and leisure.
Pza puts together the look of a typical street food corner with a warm, captivating atmosphere. Here too a long lava rock counter welcomes the customers who get aperitifs or lunches on comfortable design stools, while they can see the preparation of pizza through the glass windows that enclose the workshop.
All around in the two spaces the design elements, as Basel chairs by Vitra, are blended with other traditional ones such as copper hanging lamps, creating a harmonious mix.