Fantastic wood, concrete and twigs restaurant design in New York City
For a restaurant interior design to look amazing and inviting, it must have something special. In the case of the Pio Pio Restaurant in New York , that special something is a series of modern design contradictions that offer a unique and inventive atmosphere. San Diego-based architecture firm Sebastian Marsical Studio used wooden box and rustic twigs to create an astounding restaurant interior design. A luxurious marble host-table greets the clients. Tables of different sizes are cleverly arranged to form an open, uncluttered space. Using concrete and reclaimed wood, the architects created a space meant for exploration, inspired by Latin America. The 40-foot monolithic marble bar defines a long corridor leading to a separate, more private part of the restaurant. Enjoy and visit for a full experience!