The Bun Burgers restaurant, which is located in the city’s Brera district, is colour-blocked throughout, with washes of yellow, pink, green and blue separating its various areas. Visitors order from the sage green counter and grab a seat in the pastel pink or lilac booths.
Masquespacio’s approach to the Milan restaurant is whimsical, to say the least, with pink flowers spilling out of backlit planters and mirrored ceilings creating bendy reflections of the space. Cafe-style tables are attached to plinths, and round cushions line the walls of the bar’s booths.
The biggest surprise is through one of Bun’s lavender arches, which conceals a half-tiled dining room with porthole-style lights. Shimmering reflective walls and ceiling create the feeling of being underwater, while the swimming pool aesthetic is ramped up by a wall-mounted ladder. The result is playful – like dining in a David Hockney painting.