Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture
Eric Rorer and Lawrence Lauterborn (facade images)
Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture
Nov 29, 2010 Drawing upon Italian sexiness and notions of Milanese modernity, CCS Architecture designs the chic wine bar Barbacco in San Francisco.

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Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture_01 An open storefront welcomes guests into Barbacco.
Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture_02 An angled "Ferarri Yellow" wall creates a focal point and creates an illusion of more interior space.
Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture_03 Yellow and gray tiles simulate movement and energy, while coordinating nicely with the focal wall and bar.
Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture_04 Communal tables make up a majority of the restaurant's seating options.
Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture_05 Custom artwork by CCS Architecture lines the walls with digitally altered images of sexy Italian motifs.
Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture_06 Bold and vibrant, yellow hues against the metal-detailed bar give an urban feel.
Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture_07 Overall the space exudes an industrial tone..
Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture_08 Simple lighting offers quaint aesthetics and plays up the Italian vibe from the room below.
Follow the Yellow and Brick Wall: Barbacco Eno Trattoria, San Francisco, by CCS Architecture_09 Exposed brick and muted red tones help to tone down the more dramatic design inclusions at Barbacco.