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A Belgrade pizza joint makes tremendous use of a small space

Belgrade architecture firm Studio Fluid knows how to make a big impression within a small square footage. At MIG, short for Margarita & Gelatto, the practice installed an oversized rough-hewn stone counter to absorb all the space’s technical workings, from display and service to preparation and payment. Topped with giant marbled-glass pendants, it streamlines mechanics, reduces clutter, and creates a bold statement. It also sets the tone for the monochromatic colour scheme.

Set back from the Danube River on the edge of downtown Belgrade, the space incorporates several textures, if not colours, from the perforated brick of the long banquette seating to the slick stainless-steel tabletops and the striated wood stools by Ethnicraft. The one concession to colour comes from the retro red meat slicer, a counterpoint the slender industrial envelope.

Trešnjinog cveta 1a, Novi Beograd 11070, Serbia

Photography: Jovana Rakezic
Photography: Jovana Rakezic

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