Pizzeria Pomidoros BT / Paliychuk Olga Design
Manufacturer: Pro Pro
A description of the text provided by the architect. This urban minimalist pizzeria is located in the small Ukrainian town of Birazerkva. The main concept was to create a clear, minimalist space while at the same time making it a warm and attractive space for visitors. The work of the project started with the selection of materials. I like the combination of natural red stones and façade tiles the most. The key challenge was to create a warm and comfortable atmosphere through color and contrast. The project palette is very simple — gray walls, light ocher brown tiles, red granite, and bare steel.
The existing texture of the walls and ceiling is preserved as much as possible, and the gray façade plaster complements the color scheme. I like the simplicity of the material selection, so most of the metal parts of furniture and lighting are made of matte steel. A warm brown façade tile that stands out against a gray wall background was chosen as the main material for the decoration of the walls and furniture structures.
We chose the local red granite as an accent material for the visitor area. The cafe space is divided into a kitchen and a space for visitors. The largest area is occupied by an open kitchen, as Pizzeria works primarily in the form of delivery. We used a long tiled front counter as an element to separate the two zones. All furniture is made by local artisans according to our drawings.
In this project, special attention was paid to the design of the lamp. Most celebrities were made according to our sketches. Pendant lamps and wall lamps fill the space with warm diffused light, creating a cozy indoor atmosphere. Suspension tubular lamps as the most expressive element give the interior a special urban look.