400 Gradi by Dean Dyson Architects


Neapolitan culture and Melbourne’s industrial heritage collide in a new and refined fitout for renowned pizzeria 400 Gradi by Dean Dyson Architects. Located in Melbourne’s Brunswick East, the restaurant embodies the owner’s passion for food, family and gatherings. With textured concrete walls, terrazzo surfaces, mood lighting and subtle greenery, the restaurant interior channels an authentic Italian-style eatery.

A distinctiv­e golden archway defines the dining areas and a centrally located bar acts as the centrepiec­e of the fitout. The terrazzo-covered curved counter with upholstere­d bar stools evokes the nostalgia of an old-school espresso bar and is central to the unified dining experience.

“The use of mirrors and the strategic placement of seating allows diners to connect with the restaurant on a multi-sensory level,” says Dyson. “400 Gradi is where industrial beginnings meet a new and refined present.” Photograph­y — Timothy Kaye Dean Dyson Architects — deandysona­

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