Overlooking the majestic pyramids of Giza, Khufu's restaurant stands out. Where the protagonists are the refined 100% Made in Italy furnishings

Immersed in the desert, among the majestic pyramids of Giza stands Khufu's, the restaurant designed by the Egyptian architect Hisham Ghorab of the Style studio Design. The contemporary architecture, made of sandstone, integrates perfectly into this evocative context.

A neutral color palette characterizes and defines the spaces that punctuate the structure, so as to direct attention to one of the most precious treasures in history, the pyramids of Giza.

In this place where elegance combines with the refinement of the dishes, the products of Pedrali find their place chosen to furnish both the outdoor and indoor areas.

The suggestive dehor is colored by the Panarea collection, designed by CMP Design: light and elegant, these armchairs and these lounges are characterized by a 100% Made in Italy artisanal weave, in able to ensure a refined aesthetic result, completed by a padded cushion.

Also on the outside, the Ypsilon tables, by Jorge Pensi Design Studio, and the Arki-Table, linear and rigorous, stand out.

Inside, in a frame characterized by delicate nuances and natural finishes, there is space for the Nemea chairs designed by CMP Design, whose shape recalls the idea of ​​classical gracefulness shaped by time and history.

Also in the room are the Malmö armchairs by CMP Design: designed to be used in places of conviviality, they express a domestic warmth thanks to the tactile pleasure of the ash combined with the expressiveness of the turned shapes . The bar area is completed by stools from the same collection.

All stylish, innovative, functional and versatile products, which enrich the narrative of the space with a refined 100% Made in Italy touch.

 

Cover photo: the outdoor area overlooking the pyramids of Giza: it is furnished with armchairs, also in the lounge version, from the Panarea collection by Pedrali. Comfort is enhanced by a cushion padded with draining polyurethane foam, capable of drying more quickly, covered with a fabric made with the same yarn as the weave.