Interiors – Masquespacio has created the interior design of the new Bun restaurant in Turin, Italy. Taking advantage of three street windows, the Spanish design studio and agency conceived a space of three colors, each one occupying one of the windows.
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“The idea to play with one color for each window creates a visual effect from the outside that makes the spectator from the exterior walk from one visual world into the other, traveling through different experiences in the same space.” Says Ana Hernández, creative director of Masquespacio to Archipanic.
Guests are welcome in a green-hued central room where they can order burgers before moving to the two adjacent pink and light-blue side rooms. Green is Bun’s brand colour. In the pink space, next to a sharing table, a tribune takes the central stage with a more private arched area allowing diners to sit at different levels.
The blue zone adds a touch of fun and plunges guests into a space simulating a huge swimming pool that would make them feel like floating in the water. The ‘rippling’ metal roof reflects lights creating an underwater effect. “Last but not least, the space already counts with some of the established brand elements as for the furniture and arcs, next to materials like ceramics and terrazzo.”
The Turin restaurant is the second interior design project Masquespacio completes for Bun, an Italian hospitality chain that already commissioned its first restaurant in Milan. Masquespacio is currently working on the opening of the second Milanese restaurant.
Founded by Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse, Masquespacio is an award-winning creative consultancy for both marketing and design. The creative agency works on both branding and interiors through a unique approach that results in fresh and multi-awarded innovative concepts.
All photos by Gregory Abbate – Courtesy of Masquespacio.