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Beccofino, Florence, 1999

  • project team:
    André Benaim
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  • Titolo esteso:
    Beccofino, Firenze, 1999, 350 sm

A large abandoned space, once a carpet shop and then a mosque, the idea of a restaurant with an International touch, where the walls can be empty and the seats with stuffed benches or chairs recalling the Tuscan chair. A counter in the middle, separating the entrance from the hall, the restaurant from the wine bar. Irregular walls, just as they were, wooden floor and cement tiles, a combination of modernity and tradition. The large open kitchen is the starting point for diving the various areas. The restrooms immediately became a must, in the reasoning behind the fact that a good restaurant must also have “beautiful” restrooms.  An outer terrace overlooks the river Arno, towards Palazzo Corsini.