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Giulietta restaurant, Toronto

Contributed by Alain Papazian on Mar 22nd, 2020. Artwork published in
December 2019
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    Giulietta restaurant, Toronto 1
    Source: http://giu.ca License: All Rights Reserved.

    About Giulietta:

    Chef Rob Rossi overhauled his meat-centric Bestellen space with the help of the design firm Guido Costantino. They’ve found the sweet spot between elegance and simplicity, just as Rossi has with his menu. Grey Italian wool walls, copper accents and terrazzo floors frame the space, while a candlelit amaro cart invites guests in for an aperitivo.

    The visual identity of the website is based upon the same idea, simple and refined. The use of the boldest weight of Apoc (Blaze Type) and its curiously sharp italic, combined with the outlined capitals of Adieu (Good Type Foundry) gives a sweet texture to the text.

    Giulietta restaurant, Toronto 2
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    Giulietta restaurant, Toronto 3
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    Giulietta restaurant, Toronto 5
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    Giulietta restaurant, Toronto 6
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    • Adieu

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    2 Comments on “Giulietta restaurant, Toronto”

    1. This was designed by Biography Design in Toronto.

    2. Very nice! Added. Thank you, Ryan.

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