At first glance the concept of a restaurant centred around vegetables, health foods and what-have-you is not the most obvious addition to the super-modern Eurovea development on the banks of the Danube, but a quick look inside Mercado reveals plenty of urban industrial to the design to go with the rustic produce.
Architects Mette and Martin Wienberg designed their Danish summer home to meet the whole families requirements. Completed in 2006, this 200sqm residence features ample of natural daylight, earthy light tones, and a choice of materials that give out a sense of warmness and coolness at the same time.
The name of this beauty salon was inspired by the owner’s passionate desire to turn it into a destination for “the last word in beauty”.
Studiopepe worked with Ivano Radaelli to interpret their brand image by creating evocative visuals and product images for a catalogue that explored various types of style and different worlds associated with them.
Owners of the pub since 1985, the Peterson family acknowledged the timely need for a remodel. Daughter Emma says the refurbishment took more than 10 years of planning, with the family resolute in that the hotel had to retain traditional community pub values, with reasonable pricing and service.