Buguggiate, Varese. A few steps from the shores of the lake, a corner of Japan, a garden where beauty, balance and poetry intertwine. At the centre, in a completely renovated building, is the Sushi Zero restaurant.
Inside, there is also beauty, balance and poetry. The essential nature of the 60x60 concrete effect porcelain stoneware elements of the Moov collection, chosen for the floors in Grey shades, marks the quiet rhythm of the restaurant area. The complex structure of the private space acts as a counterpoint, where wood and metal constructions create many floating piles on an inner lake: here the Evoke 20x120 Brown wood effect porcelain stoneware strips add great naturalness and warmth.
In perfect Japanese style, the walls evoke another natural element: stone . The uneven and structured surface of Percorsi Quartz - here in White shade and in 20x60, 30x60 and 40x60 sizes - captures the light and spreads it with great elegance, gracefully completing setting that focuses on the immediacy of the material.
We thank LENDstudio of Lodi, which oversaw the project.
Thanks to Luciano Busani Photography.