Kilometro Rosso is a science and technology park in the Bergamo area, and one of the main European districts for innovation, a veritable meeting point between research and business.
The main concept on which Kilometro Rosso is based is the synergy between skills; this is the underlying idea of the hybrid project created by Luca Bombassei architecture firm: two catering outlets where Marazzi porcelain stoneware perfectly expresses the needs for innovation and meetings central to tomorrow's spaces.
These are two dining areas; Pixel Bistrò, the restaurant of the company of the same name with table service and three private rooms, with seating for more than eighty diners and KMR Selfy, a coffee-shop and self-service restaurant seating 280 people.
Brown, wood-effect porcelain stoneware Treverkmust 25x160 cm was chosen in the Selection variant, in other words, without knots, for Pixel Bistrò. The wood-look stoneware collection was combined with the Hello ceramic wall tiles in black with the Diamantato Lux glossy finish in 7.5x15 cm.
In the Selfy restaurant, the stone-look stoneware of the Mystone Ceppo di Gré collection in Anthracite in the 60x60 cm size on the floor and 75x150 cm on the wall was opted for. For wall tiles, here too we find the Hello glossy brick wall effect, chosen both in yellow and in black with a Lux finish.