Each piece of furniture is characterized by a play of colors and shapes, creating a warm and seductive atmosphere with a retro style.
The project opens its vision through its location in the historic center of Florence, inspiring the design concept of the place’s naming: Gunè, an ancient Greek word (γυνή) which means woman.
Through its structure, the restaurant describes itself in comfortable niches where each piece of furniture is characterized by a play of colors and shapes, creating a warm and seductive atmosphere with a retro style.
The counter, the main protagonist, welcomes customers for the preparation of cocktails and the cafeteria service; an open kitchen offers viewers the view of the work in progress, enhancing the skill of the chefs in the restaurant.
The range of colors portrays a chic environment of great visual impact, immersing the customer in the relaxation of taste.
To complete it all, portraits of women who will guide customers inside the restaurant. A series of acrylics and sprays on canvas by Andrea Pomini (aka Pomo) that represent a challenge in trying to transfer the soul of the subject to canvas.