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KOOK by Noses Architects
By Freshome.com - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine on Nov 27, 2012
It was difficult for us at first to figure out that this place is not a highly modern condo, but an original looking restaurant. Designed by the creative team at Noses Architects, the KOOK restaurant and pizzeria is located on via Cassia 2040, Rome—again, who would of thought?
Glass, iron and concrete were the main materials employed to build the space, which radiates a contemporary feel; a bit unusual for a city with majestic old buildings.
Abundant wood adds warmth and originality to this almost industrial-like place. The most striking design detail of the entire project is probably the central glass-encased tree, difficult to miss by anyone entering the premises.
We like the fact that each corner has its own vibe, thanks to the creative and inspiring decorating ideas at play. In a space characterized by a neutral color palette, the red sofas come to liven it up and sprinkle that touch of the unexpected, which we like so much.
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