Bun Burgers, Masquespacio’s new concept of fast food restaurant in Milan
Located on the Viale Bligny boulevard, in Milan, the new restaurant of Italian fast food chain Bun has been recently designed by Valencian creative studio Masquespacio, whose work is characterised by a bold use of colour and form.
In this particular case, a lilac and avocado-green colour scheme creates a youthful, sophisticated interior for the place sited at the base of a residential building, in order to get away from the usual aesthetics used for hamburger restaurants.
Colour clearly divides the L-shaped restaurant into a serving and seating area and creates an immersive environment; in particular, customers in the dining area are completely surrounded by green, from the mint green terrazzo bench seating to the circular leather seat cushions.
The existing tall, red brickwork arches combine with further arches that bring in the green and purple colour scheme; the result is a vintage, industrial style, enriched by gold accents throughout the lighting, signage and tabletops.
Finally, like many of Masquespacio’s furniture and interiors projects, the Milanese Bun Burgers restaurant also incorporates references to post-modernism and the Memphis Group while there is no plastic in the interior design to express a commitment to sustainability, also represented by potted plants.