If we combine the freshness and spontaneity of Mediterranean style with details that evoke tradition, we get an interior design mix, just like in this new Italian restaurant in Rome: the 7 Grammi.
Designed by the Luca Braguglia Studio in collaboration with Elena d’Angelo, this recently created restaurant aims to be a gastronomic focal point where the most incredible and complete breakfasts can be enjoyed, as well as typical Italian food, paninis and delicious appetizers accompanied by cool ambient music.
This project has been designed so that its interior design takes you in, and immerses you in an extreme sense of hospitality, but with that vintage touch that transports you back in time. Nature also plays a very important role inside 7 Grammi by flooding its interior design with chromatic olive green touches and a wide range of plants.
But if there is one thing that really shines in this Roman restaurant project then it is the role played by the materials from PORCELANOSA Group. For the flooring and the facing of the bars, the Barcelona hydraulic ceramic floor tile from Porcelanosa has been opted for, in particular, the Barcelona C model.
With a traditional halo, the composition created by this ceramic carpet stands out because of its original and attractive aesthetics, combined with the sober black and white of the walls and furniture with recovered pieces that seem to have been hand painted in a very vintage like way.
Located in the Via Salaria, the main axis of the Roman traffic, 7 Grammi is already a unique place to immerse oneself in the typical Italian cuisine. Enjoy its comfort in the centre of the cosmopolitan city of Rome.