This Haifa restaurant is an earthy environment characterized by its eclectic use of raw materials. The Vivino Italian Quarter restaurant appears to bring the outside indoors by manipulating the lighting scheme and bringing in an outdoor gazebo to create the illusion of a garden-filled natural courtyard. Additionally, the mixture of raw materials lends itself to a harmony between the lush plant life
The Vivino Italian Quarter restaurant has a number of different seating options that ranges from booths and large circular tables to bar seating and long communal tables.
Designed by Gad Halperin and Eitan Cohen of Studio Gad, the Haifa restaurant is an example of the progression toward hospitality concepts that aim to bring the experience of outside indoors.
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This Haifa Restaurant is Primarily Made of Raw Materials
- By: Rebecca ByersMar 12, 2016