Mozza is a Design Bistro That Mixes the Best of Interior Worlds

By: Farida Helmy - Published: May 23, 2014 • References: arthurcasas & knstrct
It’s hard not to want to walk into this stunning design bistro if you walk by it -- just look at it, it’s like a golden haven of Mozzarella di Buffalo.

Located in Sao Paulo and designed by Brazilian architect Arthur Casas, ‘Mozza’ beautifully fuses a rustically traditional Italian cuisine feel, modern lines and Mediterranean interior elements all together perfectly.

The design bistro has a completely unique style, which includes mezzanines, a bistro arrangement and a grand facade. The versatile interior was carefully put together with details like backlit bookshelves lining the interior, painted wooden chairs, wire frame stools and the wall-mounted boards with ingredients to give the restaurant such an impeccable look and vibe. 

With a perforated bronze facade -- with a slightly labyrinthine feel -- Mozza is definitely not a place to be forgotten after dining in. Stats for Mezzanine Bronze Bistros Trending: Older & Chilly
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