A Burger Joint With a Fresh Pastel + Swimming Pool Look in Milan

Just last year, Spanish creative agency Masquespacio completed their first project in Milan and their latest one brings them back again. Tapped by the same Italian hamburger chain as before, Masquespacio brings another design vision to life with another Bun location, this time in the Brera district. The newest Bun aims for a more sophisticated look that’s slightly less over-the-top in hopes of fitting into the historic neighborhood. What’s less splashy, you ask? Well, they chose a palette of four pastel colors for the main areas, along with a swimming pool-inspired room used for seating.

The main room with the ordering counter is outfitted in pink and green in a color blocked fashion. In addition to the seating in this area, there are more dining options down the front corridor, including private booths within the arched lavender spaces.

Through one of the lavender arches is a separate area for dining with blue giving nod to water and iridescent panels on the upper walls and ceiling to give the feeling of being surrounded by waves.

Tables for one and two-tops line the yellow and lavender hallway for quick seating.

Photos by Gregory Abbate.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.

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