If I should define it in one word, I would choose the word IMPRESSIVE.
“Kook” restaurant interior - Noses architects’ work. If I should define it in one word, I would choose the word IMPRESSIVE.
The restaurant, established in Rome, has a lot of charm and interesting details. At first sight it seems that the interior is antique, but when exploring it more carefully, it is obvious that it's an extremely modern industrial style place.
The pipes which speak about the loft, high ceiling, concrete, glass and even the tree (!), imprisoned in the very middle of the restaurant involves one visually with no doubt. Not to mention tile patterns which match the equipment and dishes used in the restaurant a lot. Furniture seems to be brought randomly and the unexpected solution again – the bicycle, hung up in a restaurant (!). I imagine myself very well in such a place in a hot summer day – a real refreshment and if a range of food is huge and food itself is delicious, we can call it all even a fairy-tale.
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