STUDIOTAMAT took over an abandoned bakery in Garbatella and turned it into Rome’s new trendiest spot. Tre de Tutto is now a restaurant that celebrates the area’s history with its minimalist style. Step inside of this architectural and design masterpiece!
By juxtaposing the building with a Pop Art aesthetic, STUDIOTAMAT, offered a new life to this property in Rome due to the use of vibrant colors and playful geometric features.
The local represents both the neighbourhood’s humble past and dynamic present, and it’s now a part local bar, part upscale trattoria.
Intermixed with high-rise social housing and mixed-use buildings, Garbatella is known for its richly layered character that exudes a cinematic flair. Now, the area is filled with bars, hip galleries, and eateries like Tre de Tutto that pays tribute to the Garbatella uniqueness.
STUDIOTAMAT’s transformed the building with a past-meets-present design and placed a neon sign reading “How beautiful Garbatella is!“ in order to welcome the costumers as they walk inside.
Taking its name from the three arches that punctuate its façade, Tre de Tutto means the tree of everything.
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On the ground floor, STUDITAMAT separated the floorplan with a cruciform pillar into a lounge, dedicated to vinyl records, a sitting area, and a bar area characterized by an L-shaped counter, while the basement of the building was transformed into a dining area and kitchen.
STUDIOTAMAT left the ground floor walls exactly as they found them, adding only a band of blue ceramic tiling, standing out contrasting with the neutral colors of the wall and concrete flooring.
The exquisite color scheme continues in the dining area where light blue walls alternated with graphic wallpaper. This wallpaper is the perfect backdrop for a bright yellow metal staircase with perforated side panels, and a salmon-painted winding staircase to pop out. Once again metal chairs and leather benches add color and texture as in the bar area.
STUDIOTAMAT‘s exclusive project is complemented by a menu of reinterpreted Italian recipes, while the cocktail list features drinks inspired by the area and country’s history, like “Vittorio Emanuele II”, a reference to an Italian ruler, and “Polite And Courteous”, inspired by a kind innkeeper whom the neighborhood took its name from.
With authentic flavors that are going to make you come back, a polite service characterized by its friendliness and an interior design by STUDIOTAMAT as dynamic as the area’s hippie flair, this restaurant mixes the past and present with natural luxury.