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The Impressive Alegra Restaurant Designed By Domenico De Palo

This is Alegra, a beautiful restaurant that was designed by Domenico De Palo in collaboration with Sergio Bamberger. It’s located in Vila da Serra, Portugal and it occupies a surface of 1,200 square meters. Behind the simple and elegant exterior, the restaurant hides a complex design that includes a variety of areas, each with a unique design.The Alegra restaurant has a total interior surface of 1,200 square meters. It has an extensive table layout and is best described as an eclectic space. It incorporates a variety of spaces and functions. This means that, regardless of the type of space that they are in, everyone will find something that they can enjoy.

The restaurant, as we said before, is an eclectic space that combines function with fun. There are spaces where there’s usually playing games or having a great time while there are also spaces that are more intimate where the guests can feel closer to the other things that they’re doing there. The goal for this stretch was to create a fun and playful atmosphere and to incorporate as many contrasting elements as possible into the design. The tables are colorful and gangly and they feature all sorts of cool details such as illuminated goal lights, toy and gear storage cubes, posters and themed table settings.

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The colors also have a strong visual impact on the guests. Depending on the type of space that the restaurant is in, the colors can be bold and vibrant or quiet and simple. There are lots of different colors in there. We managed to seat you in here so we’ve selected our favorites and you can choose only the ones that you like or you can combine more than that. There’s also a nice choice of textures here which keeps the décor current.

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