Burici is a throwback. Burici is a corner of a forgotten city and definitively unique. The choice of colours matches the historical premises built with bricks and wooden beams.
Grey-green colours feel warmer thanks to the natural light coming through the glass window at the entrance and the inside lighting provided by dimmable spotlights. The main hall is characterised by the combination of a convivial table and Necchi stools and a dark green counter embellished by plants, industrial lamps with glass cones and an antique railway station clock. Suspension lamps truly stand out in these premises, they set the style for the furnishings, mainly for the counter, the small tables in the main hall and the catering hall. The catering hall contains tables entirely handmade with reclaimed rails and wooden tops obtained from an old Venetian flooring. The damask wall contrasts with the glass windows which hide a small secret garden consisting of a greenhouse abounding in plants and typical small iron tables which make everything more refined and characteristic.