Pizzerias are typically notoriously low-key. From the menu to the décor, clients don’t should do a lot guesswork about what they need to anticipate. During the day, Vienna pizzeria Disco Volante matches that invoice to a tee. Most of the inside design, proven in these pictures by Lukas Schaller, is impressed by an genuine Napoli pizzeria. The oven is the place issues turn out to be barely uncommon.
With tiled flooring, uniform picket chairs, and clean white partitions, Disco Volante seems utterly atypical at first look. At least till your eyes cross over the massive, spherical, mirrored pizza oven sitting to at least one wall. But, somewhat than simply including a pop of visible curiosity to the area, architect Lukas Galehr, a member of the design collective Madame Mohr, needed to do one thing that had by no means been seen earlier than. While the pizza oven stays utterly stationary in the course of the day, all bets are off when the solar goes down. One the lights are dimmed, the oven takes after the disco balls that have been its inspiration and begins to spin. From there, multi-coloured strobe lights are projected on to the mirrored floor, inflicting pink, blue, and inexperienced, dots to splash onto the partitions. At this level, in any other case minimalist backdrop of the white area aids in perpetuating the sensation of being in a nightclub. Though this sudden change in tone might really feel a bit out of left area, Disco Volante’s identify, which could be loosely translated to ‘flying disk’ offers a clue for what to anticipate. Many friends take pleasure in watching the ever-altering mild designs as they partake of their night meal. But, what do you assume? Is this type of hidden-aspect inside design a development that’s begging to take off? Conversely, do you assume that it’s too flashy to be useful?