Botanical elements, wood, and the colors of smoky pink and terracotta define the atmosphere of this restaurant in Gdańsk. The eatery, dreamed up by a Brazilian-Polish couple, brings the rich cuisine and culture of Brazil to the Polish city. The interior was designed by the PB / STUDIO team.
The design character of the restaurant, named Manioca, is inspired by Brazilian trademarks such as the bright color palette, the tropical vegetation, and the modernist architecture. Thus, the designers have chosen smoky pinks and terracotta shades as the dominant colors, combined with dark wood surfaces, creating contrast with the basil green raw concrete ceiling and the rough-textured, cork render. At the heart of the space is a softly lit bar clad in red travertine, and wooden partitions to divide the interior.
Designed by PB / STUDIO, the interior is in perfect harmony with the Brazilian dishes served in multi-colored glazed pots. The restaurant’s distinctive interior is further enhanced by the branding elements created by Martyna Wędzicka, such as the original logo over the bar and the menu with its signature typography.
Photos: ONI Studio
Source: Label Magazine