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Earthy tones feature through La Ganea restaurant inside converted Italian farmhouse

Posted on 17 September, 2017 by Fiona
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Earthy tones feature through La Ganea restaurant inside converted Italian farmhouse

Studio Mabb has used a humble material palette of plaster, timber and iron to complement the rustic interiors of this eatery in Brescia, Italy.

There are also two cosy side rooms where small groups of diners can intimately gather around long timber tables. A selection of books, maps, vintage trinkets, and glazed ceramic pots have been used to dress the space.

Interiors of La Ganea restaurant, designed by Studio Mabb

Architect Guillaume Terver also opted for a natural material palette when completing the interiors of a ceramics shop in Brittany, France, which boasts clay, granite and timber surfaces – it connects to a Japanese cafe, which Terver dressed with similarly simple oak furnishings.

Photography is by Carola Merello.


Project credits:

Interior architecture: Studio Mabb
Project architects: Andrea Baselli, Sara Magnone, Riccardo Belinci

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