Location | Tripoli (Libya)
Date | 2009
Client | AL DEBAJ Contracting and Real Estate Investment Company
Design |Studio Crachi
Devoto furnished the cafeteria area in a Fusion style for the Museum of Lybia, a project by Studio Crachi.
The counter has a contemporary and aseptic design, being in stainless steel and glass and has a curved shape. It contains all the food technologies that are necessary as a support for the museum activities. The area echoes the typical Moorish café atmosphere. The furniture has a Minimal design, with soft cushions and local fabrics, interpreting the tradition of low chairs and tables, typical of the Maghreb culture.
The cafeteria also offers a terrace, covered by a tensile structure in technical material, where a Klim decoration was printed, the typical Berber carpet. To complete the project, we supplied the cafeteria with chairs in metal and teak wood and a Bubble sofa, designed by Philippe Starck and produced by Kartell.
Photo credit: courtesy of Studio Crachi