Guido restaurant in Pollenzo as an interior design and lighting project was a great combination between a traditional structure and a discrete modern approach. This elegant restaurant was developed in a historical context inside a restored structure, in an attempt to attribute a new use and era .
Part of this effort for innovation was the Restaurant lighting scheme based on technically advanced solutions, contributing in an overall sophisticated result.
The restaurant spans under a sloped roof, supported by two brick walls and central pillars. The structure remains visible and all the finishings bear the evidence of the previous identity of the space.
This long space is divided by a wooden wall positioned in the entrance, guiding to the long dining area. In the back, another wooden wall signals the entrance in the staff facilities.
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