*90년 감성 이탈리안 레스토랑 MRDK-CAFFETTIERA CAFFÉ BAR

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90년대 활기찬 감성으로 디자인한 이턀리아 레스토랑 인테리어
따뜻한 감성의 우드패널을 바탕으로 감각적인 컬러와 다양한 오브제가 어울려, 역동적인 내부를 구성한다.
An Italian Bar by MRDK in Montreal Channels the Exuberant Design of the 1990s

Montréal based studio Ménard Dworkind Architecture & design (MRDK) are no strangers to the city’s culinary scene with several evocatively designed eateries under their belt. What makes the Studio’s work so noteworthy however is their talent for drawing from a wide range of references – from San Francisco and Vancouver’s Chinatowns for the cinematic Miss Wong, to Italian family restaurants that sprang all over North America in the 1970s for Vesta pizzeria – to design unique interiors that not only visually complement the food and drink on offer but conjure up an immersive narrative where patrons can enjoy them. For their latest project, Caffettiera Caffé Bar in downtown Montreal, the Studio was inspired by the exuberant design of the 1990s and the Italians’ coffee-centric lifestyle, to create a relaxed yet playful all-day environment where you can stop by for a quick espresso in the morning as well as decamp after work for an aperitif and a bite to eat.

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Having a compact space to contend with, the designers have cleverly opted for a central circulation zone running the length of the café with a bar counter and banquette sitting on either side. Made from black terrazzo, the angular geometry of the monolithic bar counter is complemented by the black and white checkerboard mosaic floor, both of which are playfully juxtaposed with the soft curves and warm hues of the tan leather banquettes, faux-wood plastic laminate wall panels, and stepped bulkhead that wraps around the bathroom volume. Rounded mirrors and circular tables further add to these curvaceous elements whereas the bar counter’s rectilinear design is amplified by the built-in sandwich, pastry and retail displays and shelving showcasing Italian products behind.

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