Sosushi Torino

Sosushi is a unique and extravagant sushi bar designed by UAU in the city center of Turin in Italy. An unstructured and contemporary space where the expert use of recycled plexwood and resin characterize the design, giving the space a new unconventional shape. Clean cut shapes emphasized by matte white finishing and furniture details colored magenta contribute to define a project where each detail is really not just left up to chance. Via yatzer Read more […]
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Scarlett Cafe & Restaurant

STUDIOUNODESIGN projected the interior of a 100 square meter bar and restaurant that spread serenity and a touch of elegance in Vinci, Italy. The idea is based on the contrast between the minimal esthetic of the essential shapes of the furnitures and the foaming flowery shapes that mirror and transform on the floors. The bar is the turning point of the site. Flowery carved figures on the wooden marks, back-illuminated dark glasses, with programmed LED light, create a cosy warm sensation Read more […]
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Cogeco Office by Waltritsch A+U

Waltritsch A+U projected the new office for Cogeco, a coffee company located in Trieste, Italy, one of the most important ports within the coffee trade market. The projects consisted in the interior renovation of the company office, under the two distinguishing factor: the worldwide relationships with the “exotic” names and the specific knowledge of the caffeine chemical formula. Photos by Marco Covi Via Architecture-Page Read more […]
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Princi Bakery by Claudio Silvestrin Architects

Claudio Silvestrin Architects have completed the new Princi bakery in Via Speronia, in the heart of Milan. This significant project offers a new experience to the Milanese: a bread baked with organic flour, but without yeast, in a solid brick fire oven positioned in the bakery shop itself. A simple expanse of clear glass is all that separates the customers from the baking process, protecting them from the considerable heat of the exposed fire. The elements that are involved in the making Read more […]
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Camping Service Area by Archea Associati

The San Vicezo Camping, designed by Archea Associati, is located in an area of particular landscape prestige in the Etruscan coast, Italy. The project planned for the area includes large green spaces, plots for tents and bungalows, group spaces for recreation, sports and gathering and service spaces to offer its guests comfortable stays. Archea Associati organizes functional spaces in a design inspired by single-cell marine organisms with circular shapes. It organizer the campground in Read more […]
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Meltin’ Pot Store by Fabio Novembre

Meltin’ Pot, the italic denim brand, just openned a new store in Milan. Fabio Novembre designed this monochromatic interior in an old industrial building with two levels. Angled surfaces covered with mosaic start at the lower level and last in the upper forming skylights on the lounge. Read more […]
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D&G Headquarters by Studio Piuarch

The new Dolce&Gabbana Headquarters, designed by Studio Piuarch, is composed by two buildings from the 20’s and 60’s in the center of Milan. Studio Piuarch projected the new glass facade for the 60’s building that covers three sides of the building and certifies natural illumination every hour of the day. The 20’s building contains a representation space, reunion rooms and offices, while the 60’s building is more public with a reception full of Ron Arad’s furniture, showrooms in the next Read more […]
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MG Flat by Carlo Ratti Associati

The interior design project in Turin, Italy, was conceived for an archi-enthusiast that wanted to refurbish it and rent it out. Carlo Ratti Associati designed the flat around one core ambient, with low-rise partitions in order to maximize the visibility and surfaces. The flat only uses two materials: plaster and low-cost industrial hardwood. The floor bends and becomes a bed, staircase, kitchen. The plastered wall plies and becomes a shelf, overhang, closet. Via architecture.mnp Read more […]
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