Design with sleek lines and a natural moodboard for Bloom 33 Botanic Bar in via Mazzini in Crema - DesignOnWeb
Bloom 33 Botanic Bar occupies the ground floor of a 19th century building, located in the main street of Crema's historic center. Formerly a clothing store, the space has been transformed using aged wood, oxidized iron and original brickwork
The design of the Bloom 33 Botanic Bar by architect Davide Beretta is inspired by the philosophy chosen by its owner: to offer a multi-sensory experience, combining the pleasure of conviviality with respect for nature, which in accordance with the name of the restaurant is actively involved in the setting of interior spaces
The attention and respect for nature are also reflected both in the commercial choice made to eliminate any plastic product or container, and in the design choices: all the furniture has been made with natural materials, such as aged fir wood and oxidized iron
On the wall opposite the bar counter, a geometric pattern of metal profiles supports a system of shelves and wooden tubs, from which various floral essences burst out. The wall behind the bar counter has been stripped of the various layers of plaster that have covered it over the years, while bringing to light the texture of the original brickwork
The color range chosen by architect Beretta for Bloom33 goes from the yellow tones of the wood to the various shades of brown of the exposed bricks and oxidized iron, up to the milky white of the walls, a harmonious mix of warm colors.
The abundance of natural light, the warm colors and the presence of green contribute to create an atmosphere of tranquility and harmony, accentuated by the soft light coming from the white ceramic lamps hanging on the tables, which were created for this project by the artist Stefano Ogliari Badessi.
A window at the end of the room opens onto a wall of jasmine that covers the courtyard of the historic building, creating a sort of natural continuity between inside and outside
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