Bottega Design in Gallarate (VA) has created a HO.RE. CA project that meets the wishes of the owners and reflects the quality of their cuisine.
After some misadventures in finding the right location to open the new restaurant, the interior designer team focused on a project with a well-defined style and in total agreement with the customers: a combination of industrial style and an elegant contemporary, with dominant colors such as green, gold and black.
Bottega Design’s proposal of a completely painted corrugated sheet metal wall has become the undisputed protagonist of the restaurant, but without becoming heavy and / or oppressive.
The location in its current state already offered several windows that guarantee good natural lighting, but a lighting project has now been integrated that has made the artificial light more scenic, calibrated on the tones chosen for the interiors and which does not affect the colors of their dishes.
The kitchen / bar area already existed, but the room has been transformed in full FAB style, with plenty of seating, but leaving space for movement. These seats want to be different in shape, but the color is uniform, deep green, velvety and extremely soft. To conclude, the colored logos act as paintings, but, especially the one on the sheet metal wall, it attracts attention with its backlighting that mixes with the background color.