The two-storey area with open gallery forms the sheath for the restaurant called nero. The restaurant area is located on the ground floor, while the gallery accommodates the lounge and dance floor.
A rear-illuminated glass splinter wall made of green re-cycled glass divides the eight-meter high front of the room, bathing it in green, atmospheric light.
Round lights suspended from the ceiling create lighting that is full of character. The orderly rows of long tables and benches form a marked contrast to the sensual interplay between the round lights and the glass wall. The solid Wenge wood tables feature a light stone inlay and the wooden benches have leather upholstery.
These sensuous elements represent an innovative, modern interpretation of the pizzeria. Supper al fresco beneath an Italian full moon could serve as a metaphor for the design of the restaurant
Client: Vita GmbH, München
Date of Completion: 2004
Landau + Kindelbacher Architects Interior Designers