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Mesange Fromagerie

București, România
Authors: arch. Christian Andres Beros Contreras, arch. Esenghiul Abdul / Beros Abdul Arhitecti Asociati
Collaborators: Claudia Trufas, Iulian Bindar

Authors’ Comment

Mesange is a new specialized cheese shop in Dorobanti area which combines elements of British, French and Italian traditional cheese mongers in a single space, balancing the needs of cold and warm areas in a small surface. Its goal is to create the technical solutions for the storage and handling of dairy products, leaving enough open space for the tasting and enjoyment of a cheese and wine menu. The combination of materials reflects in the tradition of cheese making handcraft work with the atmosphere of a local gastrobar, using marble stones, solid wood panels, white tiles, bronze bars, fabrics, and leather hangers. Romanian woodmakers have worked on the surfaces of walls, tables and furniture, adding details and a warm feeling to the customer areas, as well as a sense of place and welcoming.
The project has been designed integrally, from its branding and menus, until its spatial elements, finishes, packaging and furniture, looking for a coherent image through the whole.

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