ViVi Bistrot – Villa Pamphili
Housed in the ancient barn of the Villa Pamphili estate in Rome, the ViVi Bistrot is an example of an intervention aimed at creating an atmosphere. The large single space that constituted the main volume of the barn has been maintained, and indeed highlighted. Andrea Magnaghi Architettura designed a large floating structure in wrought iron and rope, halfway between the rural and the industrial, which was suspended in the center of the volume, above the counter. The image of the bistro was created around this bell-shaped skeleton, its identity made up of hanging objects, from picnic baskets to flower garlands.
The garden has been designed to integrate perfectly into the park of Villa Pamphili. Green was used to create volumes and delimit spaces. The tables surrounding the bistro continue seamlessly under the large trees of the park, adapting to the natural orography of the terrain. Natural materials and hedge fences make the outside of the bistro a patch of greenery in the greenery.
Type: design and construction management