The Valencia-based creative agency Masquespacio has brought its signature style to a brand new Bun Burgers restaurant located in the Brera district of Milan, Italy. It is the sixth project realized by Masquespacio for the Italian hamburger chain, including the colorful Bun Bligny in Milan that we featured a year ago.
The design seeks to bring a more sophisticated look to the Bun’s fresh interior identity. The space incorporates the elements that you can find in previous Bun restaurants: the arches with benches on a higher level, the original furniture and lighting, as well as the swimming pool area where visitors can feel like being underwater. This area, however, was reinvented — the designers added mirrored wall panels with overlapping hues of pink and purple to mimic the ripples of the water.
Unlike other Bun interiors, the new design uses four colors: pink, purple, green, and hints of gold and cream. This time, though, the palette is a bit less splashy to give the interior a more mature look and adapt it to the historic neighborhood where the new restaurant is located.
And a small but unique element of the new design is dry plants on one of the walls. “Through the use of dry plants, an innovative touch was added to the space, fitting perfectly with the more mature aspect that was pretended to be relevant for the project,” explained the designers.