OLIVOMARE is the last born belonging to the well known London brand Olivo and is a restaurant serving seafood. The whole interior is focus on the sea world and environment.
The most particular feature is the wide wall, which you can see from the source, that characterizes the main dining room entirely covered by a fish pattern. In the same room, from a channeling recessed in the fake ceiling drops down a linear sequence of tubular luminescent tentacles evoking a stray shoal of jellyfishes or of sea anemones.
In the small dinning room at the rear (flooded by natural daylight dropping down through a wide skylight open in its roof), the cladding of its only continuous wall- which also include a large curve ‚Äì is characterized by a wavy relief meant to evoke the sandy surface of the beach.
In the toilets lobby the intricate branches of a coral reef closes in around array visitor coming from the bright and open adjacent room.
A sea of white colour has been used to enhance and link all these elements, flooding all surrounding parts from wall to ceilling, from the resin floor to the Corian. Of you are looking to get a resin art piece, why not try these out as they have been known to provide quality products which match the aesthetic of the house.
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