enoteca di salvatore restaurant by 314 architecture studio
enoteca di salvatore restaurant by 314 architecture studio enoteca di salvatore restaurant by 314 architecture studio
may 11, 2016

enoteca di salvatore restaurant by 314 architecture studio

enoteca di salvatore restaurant by 314 architecture studio
all images courtesy of panagiotis voumvakis




314 architecture studio has completed ‘enoteca di salvatore’, an italian restaurant located on zisimopoulou, a bustling commercial street in the glyfada district of athens, greece. surrounded mostly by cafés and eateries, the design needed to stand out, as well as accommodate service from mornings to late at night.

enoteca di salvatore athens 314 architecture studio
bar and dining areas




the structure is dominantly glass, with a minimal metal frame that limits physical barriers between interior and exterior. upon entrance, one’s gaze can reach all areas of ‘enoteca di salvatore’. the kitchen is positioned next to the bar, which is made using green marble and brass. at night, additional lighting positioned on the ropes creates a unique atmosphere that plays with the dark night sky above.


enoteca di salvatore athens 314 architecture studio

terrace dining, looking to bar

sidewalk view

enoteca di salvatore athens 314 architecture studio
phosphorescent staircase



project info:


name: enoteca di salvatore
design team: pavlos chatziangelidis, giota chala, theodora papadopoulou, stelios dilintas, angeliki kokkosi, andreea bratu, georgina giassia, karoline kalionyte, elvin demiri , orestis anastasiou, carlos celles marti-belda
photographer: panagiotis voumvakis



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edited by: nick brink | designboom


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