The spacious, decorated in dark colors, finished with natural materials interior reflects the simplicity, honesty, and respect for nature – the most important values that define Campo – a modern grill house designed by studio Buck in the old Polish city of Wrocław, serving Argentine steaks and an original menu with South American accents.
A great attention to the detail – visible in both the served dishes and service, as well as a selection of the furniture and equipment of which the majority were bespoke designed and made – is what characterizes Campo best. A very important role is also played by finishing materials emphasizing restaurant’s concept and marking it’s functional zoning out. Leather banquette seating with an impressive background of hand-laid wall mosaic of black pebbles, cherry wood bar shelf, natural oak flooring and steel mesh screen with neon light define the dining area while the dark, graphite terrazzo floor adjoins the clear structure of the back of the house’s wooden cube.
The premises, transparent because of two large, fully glazed facades, has been divided into two, clearly defined zones. Front of the house with single space dining area and back of the house including kitchen, service rooms, guest toilets and cloakroom – all hidden in wood covered cube which opens to the dining room as a 14-meters-long shelf. Well visible to customers, the shelf creates cozy, homely atmosphere. It acts as the bar counter where the wine is stored, drinks prepared, bread cut and snacks are served. It also connects visually and functionally the dining room with kitchen thanks to a large serving window.
The dining room offers a range of zones suitable for all kinds of meetings. Banquette seatings are perfect for a business lunch or dinner with friends, small tables in the vicinity of neon are a good choice for a romantic date. Round tables, in turn, are a great option for family dinners and high bar table is ideal for after work drinks and snacks.
The details also play an important role in the elements of visual identity. Using materials such as wood, calf leather and brass they emphasize the consistency of the whole concept.
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