Designer Tommaso Guerra reaches a step-up in interior design with Romeow Cat Bistro, where the creative approach is related to a subjective communication of aesthetic grasping of the space and furniture.
The inspiration concept for Romeow Cat Bistrot is extracted from the Japanese Neko Cafès and European Cat Cafès and rounding up in Rome with a bistro whose menu includes fancy vegan and raw cuisine and pastries, open from breakfast to late in the evening, and housing six cats.
Created with the purpose of establishing the intimacy and coziness of a home, the place is set up in a way of illustrating a personality’ statement, the design generates stories of the people dwelling the space.
The layout is structured in open, spacious spaces and protected corners welcoming cats. Big windows allow light to reach the rooms with the tables and chairs, the piano, some cushions and pillows, and wall decorations.
The color pallet gathers classic hues with saturated shades of the furniture, mixing up the freshness with the dynamicity of the luminous space in which it is being served food in the presence of animals that aren’t allowed the kitchen and cold food preparation area.
The furnished items are managed for the cats to play and discover, such as routes created by shelves made of books, and drawers that the pets transformed in rest places.
The loft area via a wooden stairway is accessed by clients from the end of the room. The lounge is perfectly suited for customers to serve drinks and smoothies and the low ceiling are adapted for cats.
A supplementary room resembling a space for humans makes up for the ideally place where cats can rest and sit.