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This modern Italian trattoria in San Francisco’s Union Square, designed by Puccini Group, draws inspiration from European decor, evident in the classic black-and-white patterned tile floor, high ceilings, and arched windows that create a bright and airy space by day and a dramatic dining room by night.
Many of the decorative elements were created or influenced by artist-in-residence Amos Goldbaum, including custom paintings showcasing iconic skylines of the city as well as his line work, seen on three large canvases in the main dining room and directly on the walls in the private dining room.
The furniture selection reflects a California interpretation of classic Italian design, while light pendants from a New York-based lighting design manufacturer dangle from the ceiling. Custom vases and platters by local ceramicist Katy Rodden of Mizu Ceramics dot the space.
Images courtesy of the restaurant.