An original Roman ruins site provides the unique and fascinating surrounding for this new concept restaurant located in the historical town of Oderzo, in the Veneto region. Italian dishes cooked on a Teppanyaki by the restaurant’s Michelin starred Chef involve the customers into the cooking experience. Full height laser cut metal screens provide a visually permeable edge to the restaurant. Their changeability can create various spatial configurations and ambiances and the variegated perforated geometry controls the views.
Glazed floor panels expose the roman foundations below and are mirrored by a bespoke light installation ‘The inverted Wave’, The ‘Kaiseki’ table has been designed such that the surface becomes part of the meal experience. Modular metal elements slot into the central section of the table and can be changed very easily numerous times through the course of the meal itself. via
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