The Spanish design duo from Masquespacio has just revealed their latest design project: a fun burgers place in Milan that shows their unique Memphis style approach… Let’s look inside!
Recognized as the rising stars of design by several renowned publications, such as Elle Decoration, New York Times, and Architectural Digest Spain, the electric design duo from Masquespacio returns to Milan with an exciting new design project. The young design talents have brought their unique colorful design approach to the first space of the ‘bun’ hamburger chain.
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After presenting their Memphis-inspired Toadstool collection with Italian terracotta artisan Poggi Ugo during the Milan design week 2019, Ana Hernández and Christophe Penasse have marked once again the Italian design scene with unique mid-century style vision. Conceived to attract younger diners, this new restaurant by Masquespacio near Bocconi University conveys a dynamic authenticity that serves as a counterpoint to the vintage and industrial ethos of the restaurant’s other outposts throughout Italy.
Founded in 2010 by Ana Milena Hernández and Christophe Penasse, the Spanish design studio called Masquespacio works in a range of disciplines both at home and internationally. With a career filled with exciting new projects, the famous design duo just unveiled its most recent design of the Italian burger concept, a design project that is youthful, and at the same time has a sophisticated atmosphere.
Featuring a unique color palette that brings out the best of its industrial design approach, the main goal of this restaurant project by Masquespacio was to create an identity with a clear focus on the younger generations and at the same time represent a more sophisticated approach for a high-quality burger restaurant.
The Masquespacio designers used gold touches and terrazzo tiles mixed with a splash of color creating a sophisticated but at the same time fresh design. “When we saw the beautiful bricks and arcs from the space it was evident for us that we would use these 2 elements as the starting point of the design”, explained Ana Hernández, one of the studio’s founders.
In order to create a uniform aesthetic through space, Masquespacio‘s designers added additional arc forms with a green and purple color palette throughout the whole space, some totally independent, and others are highlighting the already existing arcs from the interior architecture. The wooden tabletops and plants represent the healthy and zero plastic identity from Bun. They now also working on several new restaurants, amongst which the next one will be Buns’ first opening in Turin.
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