Whether it is Summer or Winter, setting up an outdoor area in a square is always a precious opportunity to welcome a larger number of people and encourage passers-by to stop in your venue during their walk to the city centre.
Considering its importance, in the past we already collected many tips about How to furnish a venue’s dehors. Yet today we’d like to focus on a specific type of external area that has always been a symbol of aggregation and meeting par excellence: the square.
And we are doing it taking Forno Artigiano Moretti from Bassano del Grappa as an example.
How to design a dehors in the square: the example of Forno Artigiano Moretti
The basic rules to be followed are still the same: carefully choose outdoor tables and chairs, include a possible shelter from sun and rain, organize the space ensuring top comfort for the guests and an easy service by the staff.
In addition to these aspects, in historic squares let’s consider that the pavement can be uneven and that the seating area is often not adjacent to the venue, but located beyond a pedestrian passage or a busy road. This means that for the choice of tables and chairs, it is essential to select a design that is easily adaptable to any type of paving, featuring a light and easy to handle structure that can be simply moved from one point to another.
These were expressly designed with geometries created for outdoor end-uses. They both features stable legs that at the same time are easily adaptable depending on the context; they are made in resistant metal (they do not fear rain, wind, ice, scorching sun): they can be easily transported and stacked. By the way: TA tables are also equipped with a practical reclining system, so they can be stacked taking up as little space as possible.
Forno Artigiano Moretti opted for black, for a sober and smart effect. Chairs and tables also come in other shades to adapt to any project.