An unusual style for a pizzeria. Emma Pizza & Cocktails has a decidedly versatile look, which reflects the lively character of a city like Belgrade, packed with artistic stimuli.
The spaces brightened by large windows on the street in the city center are enhanced by sophisticated contemporary design based on vintage furnishings, an eccentric ceiling created with a series of spikes like a field of wheat, and material contrasts of great visual impact obtained through the use of flooring materials by Ceramiche Keope.
The stone-effect porcelain stoneware Dolmix Grey, selected for the floor, offers a lively mixture of marble and other stones to produce graphic rigor and decorative flair at the same time. The warm gray of the background perfectly balances the colored inserts of pebbles and marble, emphasized by the two formats – 60×120 and 60×60 cm – that add further dynamism to the space.
One surprising feature is the long counter clad in Interno4 marble-effect stoneware, in the Breccia Tortona version, where the shaded hues of green, gold and bordeaux stand out from the warm white surface. Here too, the choice of using a large format (120×278 cm) makes the material capture the gaze at first glance.
Both collections provide high technical and aesthetic performance, ideal for a project that sets out to break away from traditional schemes, confirming Ceramiche Keope’s role as an excellent partner for the world of design and architecture.
. Like all the company’s products, Dolmix and Interno4 respect the environment and human beings, and are the result of investments in technology and a strong commitment to develop production methods at the highest levels.
The porcelain stoneware of Ceramiche Keope stands up to stains, impact, fire, frost, humidity and weights, conserving its color and appearance over time, to respond to any technical or stylistic requirements of national and international design.
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