Located in Goias, Brazil, Cafe Teatro is a quaint yet enticing restaurant designed by Studio Rodrigo Ferreira and Isto Arquitetura. Perceived as a space to indulge, the proposed design is an amalgam of art, colour, and form.
Through the diverse application of the palette, the space intends to awaken the senses, induce plural stimuli, and engage its guests in an immersive experience. Boasting refreshing pastel hues, the restaurant shows minimal influences with ambient lighting.
Bespoke tables, benches, walls, ceilings, and furniture designed by Tidelli instil a sense of playfulness while art pieces signed by artist Marcus Camargo add personality and life to the restaurant space. An organic stage featuring a raw form eliminates rigidity and brings vitality to the design.
An installation of the 1940s peacock chair along with the central table set reimagines Mad Hatter's tea ritual from the film Alice in Wonderland, where artist Ieda Garden plans to curate a custom piece for user interaction.
The exterior features a mismatched coffee table from architect Leo Romano's drop line paired with a sofa by designer Roberta Banqueri. Davi Sabino's work with steel pieces on the façade sets the tone and welcomes people to explore the space.
Therefore, the visuals, sound, form, and colours of the café come together to offer its guests an experience of distinct pluralities, immersed in a picturesque charm.