Boccalino

SIZE: 7,965 Sq. Ft. / 740 Sq. Mtr.
LOCATION: Seoul, South Korea

Interiors, Custom Furniture and Lighting

In the Four Seasons Hotel in Seoul Korea, the Italian restaurant was inspired by iconic Italian design over the centuries culminating in a cross section between the modern, bold, sleek Italian designs from the 1970s juxtaposed against a quieter style of 19th century Italian residential classicism.  This is best exemplified with the black and white geometric floor pattern against a backdrop of Italian marble and white Venetian plaster walls with pops of blue accents throughout.  The restaurant is made up of many moments including a massive central table with a blue granite top that serves as a buffet station during breakfast and transforms to a communal table for dinner service.  The dining room is commanded by two large PDRs and the kitchen is home to an oversized copper pizza oven.  The color palette in the bar skews a bit warmer featuring walnut throughout but still has its own personality with the insertion of mid-century modern furniture which adds an eclectic flair.

  • "Cultural nuance and midcentury sophistication come together at the Four Seasons Seoul."
    Metropolis

Accolades

  • Hot List
    Condé Nast Traveler
  • Certificate of Excellence
    A&D Trophy Awards