Unto. Palermo, Italy
The project borns from the need to adapt the architectural space in its consistency and original configuration to the commercial nature of the fast food. The succession of interconnecting rooms that characterize the unit in the actually state in become the starting point for the design of a unique environment through the placement of a large work bench of faced concrete and wooden crosses and alloy spaces. The perforated sheeting, like functional container of the fast food, highlights the architectural gesture, defining a volume suspended like crowning of the work bench.
The choices of materials have followed the same principle, preserve the characteristic features architectural space, making a stylistic change that conforms to the Industrial trend of recent years. The floor, testimony of decorative tradition of the early decades of the last century, remains as memory characterizing the new space converted.
The light acquires a multiform character giving the ability to define variable configuration and changing environmental influences.
The large openings by iron fixtures are opened fully outwards highlighting the desire to project the interior space to the street, always characterizing the element of street food.