法国美食家Maurice Terzini最新推出的餐厅CicciaBella Parramatta，由Fiona Lynch设计，是一种现代风格的正宗饮食店。大厅由干净的钢板、灰白色的木材和涂满涂鸦首字母的混凝土墙壁组成。意大利餐饮的灵魂在有机形式和野兽主义结构的相互作用中产生了一种新的形式。
CicciaBella Parramatta, French foodie Maurice Terzini's latest restaurant, designed by Fiona Lynch, is an authentic contemporary eatery. The hall consists of clean steel plates, off-white wood and concrete walls covered in graffiti initials. The soul of Italian dining has produced a new form in the interplay of organic form and brutalist structure.
CicciaBella Parramatta is located in the newly developed area of Parramatta Square, the largest office building in Australia, flanked by a public courtyard, making it an ideal place to go after work. CicciaBella is a spacious open space with clean lines and warm colors of wood and suede leather; The tables are arranged in angular forms to welcome diners, a restaurant that lays the foundation for a true connection between modern ingredients and authentic cuisine.
The drama of the kitchen can be seen throughout the restaurant, where the wide Spaces connect diners with the artistry of the food. In keeping with the spirit of the concession stand, the central value of CicciaBella is a shared appreciation of fine dining. The far wall of the kitchen is covered with emerald green tiles that radiate a theme of colour. This hue reverberates throughout the dining room, summoning from the olive green of the dining room chairs and the full-height velvet curtains that hang over the entrance. Their common organic hue contrasts with brutalist materials, bringing visual balance.
A series of artworks and visual elements have been added to the restaurant, which suggest a certain authenticity and drama. Hanging from the ceiling are sets of tie-dyed cotton banners reminiscent of flags and sports team formations, with fabric elements adding color and sport contrast. Long steel columns hang from the ceiling and their directional glow provides light for diners below. They are fixed to "joint fulcrums" that can be adjusted to suit the needs of the occasion.
The outdoor space is connected to the interior space by a double-height glass wall, which is connected to the public courtyard. The external seating area connects the restaurant to a plaza with greenery and alfresco dining. The interplay between interior and exterior reflects the duality of space as a whole. CicciaBella balances organic materials with harsh industrialization and wraps classic traditionalism in modern form.