In the new restaurant „Cavallino Spaghettaro“ in Stuttgart, Product and Interior Designer Daniele Luciano Ferrazzano introduces an interior where nostalgia of traditional Italian hospitality is interpreted in a modern way. The interior is minimalistic and spacious, yet made up of a rich palette of materials and textures. While the floors have been completed in paired terrazzo, marble accents are provided by ball-shaped pendants, a high seating table, and a bar counter. The space features velvet curtains and grey leather upholstery that along with oak wooden chairs and tables create cozy low seating areas inside the restaurant. Shades of blue, grey and rose characterize the space. Two zones are divided by integrated arches that leave an impression of ancient Rome. When passing the heart of the space, the restaurant‘s name is written in loose neon letters on the wall leading the way to a rose-colored high seating area in the back.
ScopeConcept, Design (Interior/Corporate), Developing, external construction management, Planning, Setup
MaterialsTerrazzo, tiles, wood
CreditsFoto: Moritz Hahn & Daniele Luciano Ferrazzano