The most fascinating feast truly opens the door to the five senses of man. The very first time that mankind had ever felt excited as such was around a bonfire. Coupled with the crackling of the firewood and the aroma of wines and dishes, deep happiness was found overflowing the faces. This design case of an Italian restaurant is to clear the bustles.
that are found of a gathering place, and focus on extending the shared memory from the old times and recreating the sensory experience of dining around the fire, thus rendering a dining destination immersed in Italian culture.
To make charcoal grill a distinguishable theme, things are set around the “fire” element, for which tangerine, reddish ochre and auburn underlie the color set that reproduces the glow of the flame. The materials are required to be simple and unadorned, e.g., the walls, floor and the counter bears the roughness and mottlement of the soil; table boards
are made of dark carbonized wood, giving it a charring presentation that appears to have come from burning; and, through the structure of lamps and the color temperature of light, details of the flame will be observed.
The European arch is used as the facade of the restaurant. By looking through the glass, the pine wine cabinet and vintage red bricks are displayed to people. Wine storage space and shop window are then blended into one. Blessed with the high ceiling over the floor, a huge king light is suspended at the entrance, with unique round oven-trays and iron stands linked by iron chains tier upon tier, to resemble the traditional Italian oven. Also reflected from the floor is the magnificent light and shadow, a representation of key installation art. The simple soil-resembling cement bricks are used as the floor, with a large part of the walls painted with soil-resembling artistic materials, decorated with images of moss painted with special pigment, in an attempt to awaken a sense of nostalgia and natural vitality. Animal heads and Bohemian woven artifacts are hung on the wall, giving it an exotic touch in a foreign land and enlivening the atmosphere with its fancycolor.
最吸睛的焦點莫過於空間中央的火烤吧檯，本區疊砌灰磚，搭配橘紅燈箱與象徵 肉販謀生工具的鐵鍊、尖鉤金屬裝飾，以強烈視覺譬況高溫燒燙的窯爐。為平衡 異材質的衝突性，部分柱體以劇院式酒紅絨布軟化氛圍，皮革座椅與燈具的精緻 結構，奠基不凡氣韻。包廂區以格狀古典天花搭配黑鐵立面，闢建一方典雅。 There is nothing even more eye-catching than the roast bar at the center of the venue. Stacks of grey bricks can be found in this area, coupled with metallic decorations including a tangerine light box and an iron chain and point hook that stand for the tools a butcher made a living with, to create the strong visual effect of a burning hot furnace. In order to balance between different conflicting materials, some of the columns are decorated with theater-style wine red velvet cloth to soften the atmosphere, and the delicately structured leather seats and lamps lay the base for extraordinary charm. The box area is decorated with a classical ceiling coupled a black iron facade to create an elegant corner.
Metropolitans crave for the Nature and relief from pressure. There are vertical gardens and shade tree planting both inside and outside the restaurant, and the copper countertop that is deliberately lowered can also give a sense of bridged distance to customers. The large rattan shades and the outdoor black rattan chairs provide the comfort and relaxation characteristic of natural materials. The dimming system can flexibly make it day and night in the venue, allowing the light and shadow to be abundant in layers. This feast in the name of fire is provided by combining personalization, leisure and calmness together, stimulating the art of dining by space and ingredients, and making people experiencing the art of “fire” with eyes and by taste.