A new realization of AFA Arredamenti in the Brera area, in Milan. Industrial environment with open kitchen, perfectly integrated with the historical context.
Bar Cube overlooks the elegant and renowned Via Solferino, in the Brera area, presenting its offer available at any time of the day, through 4 large windows that allow the customer, already from the outside, to enjoy the industrial style of the place. The long counter welcomes the customer from the main entrance and is the fulcrum of the place, hosting the cafeteria, tobacconist's and cocktail bar services.
The front panel in partially oxidized iron sheet is characterized by frames designed with iron studs and the Ferrari red CUBE logo, backlit. The customer service plan is in matt Moresco Marble effect porcelain stoneware. The walls and the central pillar have undergone a strong cleaning intervention that brought back to view the tuff, the stone and the bricks of the early architecture. The benches and the armchairs (each one different from the other, but all in baroque style) are covered in hazelnut velvet, a colour perfectly matched to the floor of the room, made with parquet obtained by cutting from reclaimed boards of the Venetian canals. The outdoor furniture is also very appreciable, exploiting the difference in height between the sidewalk and the threshold, to give the customer unconventional seating.
The food part is by the chef of Galleria Meravigli, another restaurant owned by the entrepreneur Paolo Salluzzi, who cooks for the customer in an equipped space adjacent to the main counter.