Ohimà Brasserie

Designer

  • Arch. Beniamino Di Fusco

Location

  • Positano

Year

  • » 2019

A delicious Brasserie opens in the center of Positano. Ohimà chooses top food products and does the same in the selection of the furnishing elements. Starting from the outdoors to the kitchen, the Collina family has chosen metals with natural patinas, simple shapes that nicely match majolica tiles from Vietri, a sober but incisive style.
To welcome each customer the front area has a series of planters and fans with incorporated lights painted with the typical colors of the sea, blue, light blue and white. The first apparently suspended on the wall, and the others literally suspended by cables. A lightness sensation is therefore given at the entrance. The imposing entrance door, is made using profiles cut with the Waterjet cutting machineto make it fit perfectly into the ancient arched space. The door, treated to have a dark brown finish – testa di moro – while the boxed and backlit sign is in oxidized corten. Costumed shaped applique illuminates and highlights the door.
Inside there are the costumed tables and chairs. The style is that of the school chairs, with seat and backrest in painted curved wood, numerically controlled curved pipes.
The central pillar is customized with natural and oxidized metal sheets, a thought overlaps highlights the different types of finishes, integrated with wall mounted wall mounted lamp in industrial smoothed steel.
Here there are the other restaurant furnishing elements made and installed by Lamberti: bottle rack in natural iron with transparent protective coating. Cash desk in metal and majolica tiles form Vietri. Customization of the bar counter in etched sheet metal; back-to-back bar in etched iron and glass, hanging bottle holder with satin-stainless steel structure and extra-clear glass shelves. Glasses rack in stainless steel.
On the second floor, stained-glass window and glass divides the kitchen and living room. Upper cover with etched metal sheet. Inner sail with support structure in painted iron pipes to recall the nearby marine habitat.
Perimeter led lighting systems with various applique in etched metal and ceramic elements.

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