蒙特利尔设计工作室Lambert & Fils与米兰DWA设计工作室合作，为米兰设计周设计了一个为期六天的临时咖啡馆，旨在激发人们对食物的动态对话。根据去年米兰设计周推出的Alcova展览，Caffè Populaire将在本周举办晚宴。
Montreal design studio Lambert & Fils has worked with Milanese DWA Design Studio on a six-day pop-up cafe for Milan design week, with the aim of sparking dynamic conversations over food.Based in the Alcova exhibition, which launched at Milan design week last year, Caffè Populaire will host dinners throughout the week.
DWA Design Studio的Frederik De Wachter和Alberto Artesani设计这个餐饮空间，以工业场馆为背景，这里以前是panettone的工厂。“这里是数字化的，因为我们希望人们能够相互交谈，并在Salone期间聚集食物和谈话，而不是仅仅在这看手机。”De Wachter解释道。
Against the backdrop of the industrial venue – a former panettone factory – Frederik De Wachter and Alberto Artesani of DWA Design Studio have created a dining space that celebrates “raw but refined materials”, rather than digital technologies.”It’s anti-digital, because we wanted people to talk to each other, and to gather around food and talk during the Salone, rather than just being on their computers and taking pictures of things,” explained De Wachter.
中心元素是一个由DWA设计工作室设计的大型的公共u形桌子，由意大利制造商Mariotti Fulget定制。“灵感来自于18世纪的一幅晚餐画作，画中是u形餐桌，我们喜欢它的想法，因为它是一张皇家餐桌，但有一个弯曲，”De Wachter说，“这是我们以前从未见过的。”
The central element is a large, communal U-shaped table, designed by DWA Design Studio and custom-made by Italian manufacturer Mariotti Fulget.”The inspiration came from an 18th-century painting of a dinner at a U-form table, and we liked the idea of it, as it’s an imperial table, but with a bend,” said De Wachter. “It was something we’d never seen before.”
这张桌子是由一种叫做Silipol的材料制成的，最初是由意大利建筑Franco Albini创造的。它是通过将大理石和花岗岩粉尘与有色颜料混合和压缩，并将它们制成板坯而制成的。桌子周围是一套豌豆绿色的凳子。 桌子的凳子和底座由比利时建筑装饰专家Antoine以相同的绿色触感完成。
The table is constructed from a material called Silipol, first created by Italian architect Franco Albini. It is made by mixing and compressing marble and granite dust with coloured pigments, and forming these into slabs. The table is surrounded by a set of pea-green stools. The stools and the base of the table have been finished in the same tactile green by Belgian architectural finishing expert Antoine.
Antoine was responsible for many of the surfaces in the cafe, including a dramatic red backdrop in lime plaster that responds to, and contrasts with, the walls of the former factory space, and a neutral lime plaster wall adjacent to the main table. Food is plated on porcelain by French manufacturer Revol.
Lighting is provided by Lambert & Fils, including the two latest collections Sainte and Hutchinson. Inspired by archways and Roman terracotta roofs, the Hutchinson pendant lights have scalloped tops and are made from aluminium with a matt painted finish.The lights come in single, double, triple or quadruple elements and hang on long deliberately visible black wires above the circular bar.
The Sainte lights, which hang above the communal table, are made from suspended slabs of coloured glass and hang in mid-air from thick black straps. The lamps have three elements, the rectangular extruded glass surround, the block of aluminium that contains the lighting element and the straps that hold them up.
设计公司：DWA Design Studio，Lambert & Fils