Besso restaurant project combines aesthetic beauty with functionality. The orientation of the oak wood slats and functional lighting, emphasise the different parts of the room. The roof is covered with oak slats, whose orientation change promptly to communicate and lead the client. Using a diffused illumination when the blades change their orientation, and spot lighting when not.
Along the ropes of straw walls, the resulting aesthetic separates the floating walkways from the boardwalk. Materials such as glass and white oak are the protagonists in the project.