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A restaurant in a garden by Carbondale

by Simon Yuen on Nov 12, 2015 in Interiors
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Internationally renowned firm Carbondale has recently completed the interior of Piselli, a restaurant in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Designed by Eric Carlson, one of Perspective’s A&D Trophy Award judges, 2015, Piselli in Sao Paulo is the latest project from the Paris-based Carbondale.

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Situated in the Iguatemi Faria Lima building in Sao Paulo, the restaurant is described as a restaurant in a garden, and it is embraced by a green ring of foliage to enhance the outdoor atmosphere.

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Piselli is a restaurant without walls. To tackle this problem, Eric Carlson created suspended floor-to-ceiling strands composed of gold plated solid brass bars that vertically wrap the periphery of the six-metre high restaurant.

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The interior of the restaurant features raised Cumaru wood parquet flooring and a floating monumental box ceiling finished in a high polished lacquer smoked cedar wood paneling, to establish a warm ambience.

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