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Tinto is a materially rich ground floor restaurant with a design based on material contrasts which are configured to impact visually on those passing by on the busy street.
Designed by Chris Martel for David Matheson of Red Steakhouse, Tinto is a materially rich ground floor restaurant, the design being based on material contrasts, which are configured to impact visually on those passing on the busy street.
Graphic in nature, the entire interior is exposed to those passing, being visible through the silhouette of a traditional glazed timber façade, which in being dark painted, provides a heightened sense of material transparency, and emphasises the continuity between inside and outside.
A material contrast extends through the neutral space, the principle object being a white, segmented, honed, marble bench which in running through the rough clad timber space, provides both a smooth surface to eat at and a continuous band of light, that contrasts with the natural quality of the rough sawn timber and real chillies which exemplify the food.