A London-based architecture knew as Red Deer have designed the interior for Lina Stores with a mid-century touch in 51 Greek Street, the first restaurant from the famous Italian deli.
Working collaboratively alongside the owners of the pasta restaurant, Red Deer have devised a contemporary dining experience which connects the ground floor open-kitchen bar with the downstairs restaurant.
Drawing inspiration from the Art Deco cafes and European bistros, this restaurant features an intimate 4-seat exterior bar seating, a traditionally inspired mosaic floor, hand-painted signage, and a striped awning. The use of pale green cement tiles, granite, and fluted glass add a contemporary touch. Inside the restaurant and bar, there is a mix of dining-height and high counter seating.
The color palette of muted warm green and aqua hues runs throughout the lower-ground restaurant alongside rich dark timber and classic white. Materials have been utilized to differentiate various areas and function. Flooring is a mix of traditional green and white terrazzo.
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