Conviviality and informality: these are the reference values for the project of a tavern, designed by MOBART BEN.
Expression of design, refinement and purity of lines and contents, the project is characterised by a natural and eco-friendly style. With this choice of materials, nature can also be perceived: to gain this effect, the principal essence used is Baked Fir, split, with oil finish, selected both for the panelling and the furnishings. The wood gets heat treated before processing, it is in fact baked in specific ovens at a controlled degree of temperature and humidity . This treatment increases the material’s durability and, from an aesthetic viewpoint, confers a pinkish/toasted colour.
The area dedicated to preparing meals is organised with a solid wood corner composition, the bases of which feature slatted type doors and leather handles. The work top and the riser are in Purple Porphyry with split edge, an extremely resistant stone. The kitchen opens onto the dining and living area, communicating through a wide window in the wall and fitted with a glass shelf.
The refined wood-stone contrast characterises the walls as well: panelling in Baked Fir, with slats in different widths in the lower part and the Dolomia stone for the upper part reaching up to the ceiling.
The relaxation area reveals an environment with a warm and welcoming design, ideal for relaxing with a book in front of the fireplace or for cosy chats in company.