A sophisticated 200 sqm villa in a historic residential neighbourhood of Estonia's capital. A building originally conceived as a private abode which now hosts the refined Villa Paju Restaurant, with welcoming interiors created by Tarmo Piirmets & Martti Siimann.
The dining room has proven to be the perfect setting for Nasu armchairs by Zilio A&C, designed by Studio Mentsen, selected in a warm brick red tonality and characterised by an enveloping frame design which embraces both back and arm rests in a single, soft curve.
The armchair's structure is supported by four ash wood legs which are red brick at the Paju Villa Restaurant, just like the seat, also available in natural colour or lacquered.
Nasu is a product which captures attention without overshadowing other important interior elements, including the wooden floor, or small wall-hung furnishings inviting visitors into a family dimension, along with tables, mirrors and chandeliers which confer an extremely modern touch upon the interior. Large windows offer views of park greenery and illuminate furnishings with Baltic sparkles.