Masquespacio uses coloured tiles to create bold expression for Bun's restaurant in Turin
Spanish design agency Masquespacio has collaborated with the Italian fast food chain Bun's to design the interiors of their Turin branch combining blocks of pink and green with a blue seating area designed to look like a swimming pool.
Taking the bold identity of the first Bun restaurant in Milan, also designed by Masquespacio, the restaurant's target customer is the urban lifestyle of people born late in the Millennium and the new Generation Z.
The burger joint uses pink, blue and green in order to playfully carve out three distinct colorful areas in the restaurant, so that the three large windows present each colour as a separate blocked out space from the outside.
At the entrance, visitors are greeted with an ordering bar and drinks and ice cream fridge coloured in a dusty sage shade of the restaurant's trademark green, whilst pink and blue are used for two different seating areas both complete with built-in furniture.
Sugary-pink terrazzo steps double as a planters and lead visitors to seats tucked into arched booths in the pink seating area.
FURNITURE AND LIGHTING: Design Masquespacio, Production Augusto Contract
GRANITE: Mosaic Tiles
ADDRESS: Via Giovanni Amendola, 9, 10121 Torino TO, Italy