A Milan-based architecture firm has redesigned a restaurant in Porto Cervo, Italy, and has created an ultra welcoming space. The newly designed Myrto Restaurant draws on the local Italian landscape - the sea, the warm sunlight, and granite rocks. The interior of the restaurant is as minimalist as can be, which creates a serene and uber calming space. The windows and entranceways are softly rounded, which makes the space feel like a cave.
The neutral tones of the walls and floors speak to the Mediterranean lifestyle and results in a site-specific project. The neutral space is completed with green accents and red light fixtures. The restaurant seamlessly leads to an outdoor patio that continues the neutral aesthetic.
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