Project  | Fanfood 披萨餐厅


This design case, to share with you a pizza restaurant, football, pizza and design may not be the most suitable three-person combination, but this  restaurant proves that they get along very well. FanFood provided by the architectural studiois located at Dynamo Metro Station, which is located at the nearby VTB Stadium. The architect paid tribute to Italy throughout the interior, Italy is the birthplace of Pisa and the main football fan base. Russia hosted the FIFA World Cup in 2018, and its dedication to the sport reached its peak. The low-cost interior design has high traction and low prices, and the restaurant serves football game or concert participants and office workers in nearby buildings.


A series of tall white arches extend toward the 7m high ceiling, thereby adjusting the size of the room and depicting the seating area. Their tunnel-like team brought the theme of the goalkeeper home. The table is pushed to the street window facing the ceiling, and the park view strengthens the connection with the movement.

“我们做了一个开放式厨房,并建造了一个吧台,所以没有地方可以坐,而只能沿着墙壁,在俯瞰彼得罗夫斯基公园的窗户上,” 设计师解释说。

"We made an open kitchen and built a bar, so there was no place to sit, but only along the wall, on the window overlooking Petrovsky Park," The designer explained.


Ventilation pipes, doors, shelves and bar counters are vivid blue shades, echoing the local Dynamo football team. All other materials are significantly neutral and low-cost, with stone floors, contrasting with exposed concrete walls, and kitchen islands marked on the wooden boards. The bar is covered with warm wood and softens the cool concrete.


The arched frame forms the back wall, and the tiled mural depicts the legendary Soviet goalkeeper Lev Yassin midfielder. The panel is made in the style of Soviet Russian artist Alexander Dnika, and his work is regarded as a representative of the socialist realism style.

“我们最大限度地减少了装饰材料的数量,以便将整个空间视为一个整体。石材和混凝土的寒冷可以用木材来弥补。” 设计师说。

"We have minimized the amount of decorative materials in order to treat the entire space as a whole. The coldness of stone and concrete can be compensated by wood." The designer said.