Location: Gdynia (PL)
Area: 112 m2
Scope: interior | logo |
︎ : Tom Kurek
A modern bistro in a modernist city.
When renowned Polish chef Jacek Fedde decided it was time to finally open his first signature restaurant in the heart of modernist Gdynia it only seemed fitting that our design echoed materials, forms, and details characteristic of this style. We opted for two-tone pattern terrazzo floors, rounded edges, vertical rhythm, off-white tiles, natural wooden veneers, mosaics, brass accents, and bespoke glass chandeliers to name a few. The interior consists of two free-flowing spaces, divided naturally by a shift in levels. The lower is bright and spacious while the upper is darker and features a horizontal ribbon-like window allowing guests to catch a glimpse of the action in the kitchen. To loosen things up we applied a generous splash of nostalgic teal which also added a delicate maritime vibe so distinct to this young, vibrant, seaside city.
The result is a serene, semi-formal setting perfect for a morning coffee and croissant, business brunch or a rendezvous with that special someone.
︎ — in 2019 Fedde Bistro was recognised as ‘one of 8 most beautiful restaurants in Poland’ by Vogue magazine. Now that’s cool!