A new concept of american bar, declined in the city of Naples, dialogues with the city in a new way.
Using the language of architecture, Arenè's project is strongly rooted in the ground through the use of local stone, creating "urban" spaces. In this way the place opens up to the city, creating a strong dialogue.
Where the stone ends, a wooden paneling is grafted, which envelops and warms the rooms. Suspended metal structures evoke tree tops that are revisited in an industrial key, once again showing its “urban” soul.
The lead element of the american bar is the iconic blue metal counter, while we find a metal vault suspended in the dining room.