Pasta Miasta: Italian Restaurant With An Industrial Vibe

Pasta Miasta is an Italian restaurant in the Polish city Gdynia. The restaurant, designed by Paulina Kisiel of Studio TURBO, combines Italian café style with an industrial urban style. The bistro chairs and black and white tiles make you feel as if you stepped foot in an Italian café. The Italian style in combination with the exposed brick walls and exposed pipes give the space a cool urban vibe. It’s lovely how they’ve added some greenery in the space with the wire basket on the ceiling and the plant pots on the wall. I’m in love with the glass paneled steel walls that open up the kitchen. That way you can take a peek and see how your Italian dish is being prepared. Pasta Miasta is a beautifully designed restaurant which you perhaps would have expected in New York. Instead you have to take a trip to Gdynia, Poland to see this beauty for yourself (and eat a lot of pasta, obviously!).

Gravity Home: Pasta Miasta

Gravity Home: Pasta Miasta

Gravity Home: Pasta Miasta

Gravity Home: Pasta Miasta

Gravity Home: Pasta Miasta

Gravity Home: Pasta Miasta

Gravity Home: Pasta Miasta

Gravity Home: Pasta Miasta

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Want to see more greenery in a restuarant? Take a look at a plant-filled restaurant in Copenhagen or a tropical experience in Amsterdam.

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