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Italian bar

Acrilico Caffè: a venue created especially for chef Moreno Cedroni

Ancona, Italy

Acrilico Caffè is one of Italarredamenti's iconic venues.

Created in 2007 for Michelin-starred chef Moreno Cedroni, to a design by architect Fabio Ceccarelli, it is a project customised down to the smallest detail, featuring virtuoso workmanship and highly original stylistic solutions.

Already from the outside, Acrilico certainly does not go unnoticed with its windows adorned with screen-printed trees that also appear on the restaurant's interior walls. 

The acid-green resin flooring is worked as a single surface with a marbled finish that rises up to cover the base of the counter.

The counters define the dual soul of the restaurant: on one side the bar-cafeteria area, on the other, an area prepared and equipped for the open kitchen.
They are both finished with grey-stained oak cladding and white painted glass; thick marble counters, stainless steel back counter and worktops.
A secluded lounge has been cleverly carved out at the back of the room in a slightly raised area.
The walls house shaped shelves used to display a selection of wines, typical products and various objects.


What we have done Furniture and accessories; fitting
Completed in 2007
Project type Bar Cafeteria, Restaurant
Position Ancona, Italy
Designer Arch. Fabio Ceccarelli
Materials used Back-painted glass, Oak, Marble, Metal mesh, Resin, Stainless steel

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