SO Architecture designed the interior for the Rosso Restaurant in Ramat Yishay, a town in the valley of Yezre-el in the Northern part of Israel. The design was influenced and inspired by the geography of the local area. The rolling fields that surround the restaurant are found to be continued in the restaurant’s ceiling, which is built of thirty-six steel contoured structures, and covered by painted wood. The chairs and the wide windows are decorated in plant motives to enforce the connection with the surrounding scenery. When night falls, the lighting, which is between the ceiling beams, forms a warm and somewhat mysterious, atmosphere.
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Photography: Asaf Oren