Eleven Inch Pizza by Zwei

By : Dennis Franklin | 10 Jul 2013 10:47 am | Restaurants & Bars

The Docklands precinct in Victoria, Australia was transformed into a destination for the visitors with residential and commercial projects, one of which is the Eleven Inch Pizza designed by the Zwei architectural practice.

The designers chose a daring interior with reflections of the firm logo on the walls through the ply wood cut-outs. The interior is defined by plywood which can be easily reused, with a kitchen featuring a bulkhead above it made from aluminum fins to attract the attention and to diversify the color palette.

The Naoshima stools were designed by Emiliana with timber as the main material to maintain the same motif as the rest of the project.

Due to the rapidly changing aspect of the area in which it is located, the designers chose a fresh look for the Eleven Inch Pizza to create a dynamic fast food place which unites the needs and desires of the designer, client and customer into a project which suits Melbourne’s Docklands precinct perfectly.

 

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