1 October 2015
Pastel shades and finishes Nordic in taste, welcome guests at Cicero Bistro in Rome’s Prati area. Tommaso Guerra designed the restaurant – open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but also ideal for an evening drink with friends. At the suggestion of the owners, eager that Cicero gave its guests “the feeling of an apartment,” Guerra has created warm and cosy interiors similar to home, but with the right spaces such that the customers are able to move around freely and the “landlord” can serve the dishes without hindrance. Irony and sweetness are the main ingredients of the perfect recipe that gives life to the ambience of this Roman bistro.
The wooden counter has been designed as a table where the patrons and the bartender can chat, whilst the 55 light shades handmade in fabric and suspended at different heights capture the attention and give rhythm to the bar area. But what attracts the eye is the collection of small houses for birds that covers an entire wall. These miniature abodes, made of aged wood and adorably naive, ideally connect to large nest of intertwined branches that overlooks the sitting room. When the “misplaced” becomes art …
Where: via Cicerone 25, 00193 Roma