The venue also encompasses a separate cafeteria space titled Buna that is connected via a concrete wall. “Through concrete, the essential elements of each space are solved: it provides a vault for the restaurant, alluding to wine cellars and vaulted taverns in Europe, and a central bar for the cafeteria,” reads a statement from the firm. Interior highlights include a board-marked curved roof, polished concrete floors, built-in wooden furniture, and a black and white marble bar with oak bar stools. “The warm atmosphere of a traditional Italian trattoria joins our vision of a contemporary, dynamic, and cosmopolitan osteria,” explains Carboni. The menu is designed around using seasonable, sustainable products by small and local producers, with an emphasis on fresh handmade pasta.