Godo, Castellanza – Italy

Godo represents the authentic values deriving from its handcraft and passion for research.
It is located on a congested road in Castellanza, between Varese and Milan, and is characterized by a warm and welcoming design that puts customers immediately at ease, in order to offer a real enogastronomic experience, able to satisfy every kind of customer anytime, almost 24/7.
The huge spaces and the furniture pieces highlight the pastry and pizzeria products enough to make customers want to crave them.
The three counters have a strong impact, everyone with its own appearance and feature (mixology, cafeteria, pastry shop), and welcome guests into the main room, where there are different kind of seats: high social table, low tables with chairs, small couches…
Walls are characterized by boiserie with led lighting and huge and versatile unpholstered sofas.
The black ceiling hosts the lighting system and a green vertical installation. Six 200 cm high wall mirrors create a reflection play.
The pizzeria open area, realized with its raw iron plate front and chestnut wood logs, precedes the private room, the most elegant one, characterized by blue and cement color.
An iron and glass bottle rack separate the tasting room, where customers can sit down on a big social table made of solid oak.

Photo credits: Simone Santacroce (Makuda)
Design and Interiors: AFA Arredamenti

Viale Giuseppe Borri, 26, 21053 Castellanza, Varese, Italy
Phone: 379 298 6860

DressingForFun Fashion Cafe, Chengdu – China

Organic volumes have been created to guide people through this L-shaped space, originally defined by a very rigid grid of columns. Along the continuous spatial sequence that crosses the shop from the street front to the back courtyard, the space is enriched by different staircases, sometimes narrowing and sometimes opening, as well as carefully positioned, sized and shaped openings with specific views to arouse curiosity, to create a series of unexpected moments and to increase the depth and complexity of this formally very contained space.
Considering that the shop is located in a street with styphnolobium japonicum trees, a very complex use of the façade is created. In addition to the shop entrance, the street furniture was designed as part of the façade for passers-by in the street. Tables, seating and lounge areas with views and planters are integrated into the façade. The facade becomes an organic body involving several uses at the same time.

Photo credits: Arch-Exist, Xiaozhi
Design: NTYPE

24 Ganhuaishu St, 书院街 Jinjiang District, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Phone: +86(0)28-87609477

Eat Darling Eat, Hong Kong – China

Eat Darling Eat is a postmodernist desert laboratory. The interior stimulates visual senses with provocative tones and textures that celebrate the art of dessert making.
Yellow tinted glass separates the two levels, attracting customers upstairs where a pink lounge with reflective ceiling and flooring creates a luscious backdrop as they enjoy their desserts. The corners at each end of the lounge have angular tables with a rounded end and curved walls imprinted with vivid artwork presenting optical illusions so customers enjoy a visual sensation while they savour their innovative, experimental desserts.

Photo credits: Nic Gaunt
Design: NC Design & Architecture Ltd

Eat Darling Eat
Fashion Walk, Shop 17, Ground Floor 11-19 Great George Street & 27-47, Paterson St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 3188 8949

Okuta, Kintamani, Bali – Indonesia

With spectacular views and located on the hillside of Batur, OKUTA considers itself an extension of nature.
Combining a modern dining experience with a breathtaking setting, it aims to be a welcoming space where guests can socialise or bond with nature while enjoying a delicious menu. With vibrant colours and an attractive column design, OKUTA is fast becoming one of Kitamani’s most Instagrammable cafes.


Photo credits: Gallery Made Arya

Jl. Raya Penelokan, Batur Tengah, Kec. Kintamani, Kabupaten Bangli, Bali, Indonesia
Phone: +62 878 4958 0650

Fendi Caffe, Miami – USA

The Fendi Caffe at OTL restaurant returns to the Miami Design District through May 1st.
The location embraces the Spring/Summer collection’s ’70s aesthetic, inspired by artwork from legendary fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez.
Enjoy a fusion of local and Italian favorites against a backdrop of FF prints and colorful graphics.

Photo courtesy: Fendi

Fendi Caffe
150 NE 40th St, Miami, FL 33137, USA
Phone: +1 786-655-5400

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